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PACIFIC ISLANDS 
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BX 
8665 
.S3C4 
1995 



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ATA Lafoia 
1995 Yearbook 



ATA 
LAFCIA 



Church College 




Western Samoa 

1995 







Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Consortium of Church Libraries and Archives 



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PACIFIC ISLANDS 
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1995 






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Church College 




'Western Samoa 

1995 



CONTENT PAGE 

First Presidency 1 

Temple & White House of Western Samoa 2 

Church College of Western Samoa (CCWS) 3 

Dedication 4 

InMemoria 5-6 

White House CES Administrators 7 

Principal's Message 8 

CCWS Administrators 9-10 

Physical Facility Plant 11-12 

CCWS Teachers Day 13-14 

Teachers 15-16 

Welcome Dance 17-20 

Year 13 Class 21-23 

Who's Who 24-28 

Year 12 Class 29-32 

Most Preferred Dance/Night of Royalty 33-36 

Year 11 Class 37-40 

Band, Showcase, Choir 41-44 

Year 10 Class 45-47 

Community Service at Saanapu 48-53 

Year9 Class 54-57 

Culture Day 58-62 

Farewell to Principal Fruean 63-65 

Netball 66-68 

Rugby 69 

Speech Competition 70-71 

Science Competition 72 

High Honour & Honour Students 73-74 

Field Day 75-80 

ZoneB Meet 81-84 

Champ of Champs 85-90 

W. Samoa Flag Day Celebration 91-95 

Kings College Singers from NZ 96-97 

Ricks College Dancers from USA 98-100 

Community Service at Mulinuu ( 101-104 

Community Service at CCWS 105-106 

BYU Student - Teacher's Assembly 107-108 

Bro Goodwin's Teachers' Awards 109 

BYU Farewell Assembly 110-112 

PDP Leaders Assembly 113-114 

Apostle Assembly 115-116 

PCC President Assembly 117-118 

Crystal Band Performance 110-120 

National Flower Gala Parade 121-122 

Music Concert 123 

Mini Mission Assembly 124 

Monday Morning Flag Raising Assembly 125 

Vocational Education 126 

Eld Barnes Drafting Competition 127 

Graduation 1994 128-129 

Graduation Ball 1994 130-135 

Prize Giving 1994 136-137 

Newspaper stories 138-141 

Picnic at Matarewa Beach 142-143 

Year 11 Poetry 144-147 

Yearbook Committee , 148 

Autograph 149-152 



FIRST PRESIDENCY OF 
THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 




President James E. Faust (Second Counselor), 
President Gordon B. Hinckley, and President Thomas S. Monson (First Counselor) 




Front - President Gordon B. Hinckley 

Back L - R President Thomas S. Monson, and President James E, 
Faust 



TEMPLE OF W. SAMOA 




THE WHITE HOUSE 





THE CHURCH COLLEGE OF WESTERN SAMOA 












DEDICATED TO BRO ED KEALOHA KAMAUOHA 




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Flense Faaliga wake us up when you 're done.... 





"All you Monkey f uia's, listen to me!" 



It is Neither titles, wealth, nor appointed lustre which shall be the measure of a man in the final Estate, but rather his 
compassion, humility, and unselfish service to his fellow man which he will be remembered for on this world, and 
exalted for in the next. 

As a teacher and administrator, he never compromised his principles, and taught us not only in the secular subjects 
which embrace modern education, but also taught us the higher concepts of the spiritual condition through his example 

and fortitude. 

Brother Kamauoha has been an active member of our school system, spending his life in the strive to improve the life 
and minds of the younger generation of our country in order to attain a more secure future. I Ie was an exceptional 
servant of the Lord and member of the church, never faltering in his faith as he went about his "Father's business". 
This year, our annual school Yearbook, Ata Lafoia 1995, is dedicated to the life and memory of Bro Ed Kealoha Kama,, 
"as in a comma of a sentence" Uo..." as in when you stop a horse" I la... "as in ha, ha, ha" whose serious demeanour 
never cloaked his humanity and sense of humour. 



As a member of this Earth, he has surely left a straight and glowing path for us all to follow, and our world is all the 
better for having had Bro. Kamauoha among its citizens. 



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WHITE HOUSE 
Church Educational Office 





Back Row: (left to right) 

Fritz Adam, (finance Manager) Meliula Fata (Director of Religious Education) 
Ronald Keil (Personnel Manager), Phillip Hanks (Country Director) Bruce 
Schiess (Central Office Accontant, - Salt Lake City) Elder K. Ashton (Director 
of Finance) 

Middle Row: (L to R) 

Olevia Vole, (Accountant) Corinne Ola (Secretary to Country Director) 

Lupe Brown (Payroll Clerk) Doris Teo (Secretary to Dir of Religious 

Education) Eli Uivaa (Seminary Coordinator Upolu) 

Front Row (L to R) 

Fofoga Sa'u (Receptionist) Lilian brown, (Personnel Secretary) 

E. Rebecca Lolo (Senior Accountant) Camilla Stevenson (Secretary to Director 

of Finance. 



Purchasing: 

Sam Pelesasa, Silupevaelei Fabricius, Sis Morris, U'uvalu Mauga 





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Elder, Ashton 



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Brown, Lupe Fabricius, Silupevaelei Hanks, Phillip 





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Schiess, Bruce 



Stevenson, Camilla 



Te'o, Doris 



Vole, Olevia 



Message from the Principal 




I commend members of the Yearbook Staff for their expertise in the compilation of this colourful issue of the 
Ata Lafoia. It reflects much hard labour and concerted effort of teachers and students who take pride in their 
school and highly value this product of their own thoughtfulness. 

Time changes and we with time. Irrespective of numerous changes that have taken place, the Church College 
of Western Samoa maintains its unique mission - to provide quality education and to constantly strive and 
make it for the best. That we should not forget who we are, because we, ourselves, not the change, determines 
how far and how best we aspire to be. 

No work is the product of one man. It represents the culmination of the kind and professional support of 
many. I would like to express gratitude and love to all our school administrators, teachers and support staff 
for their untiring and selfless service. I thank them for their professional advice, timely encouragements, and 
camaraderie. 

My deep and sincere appreciation is extended to the parents for their support as they are much a part of this 
learning community. We honor them for their commitment and moral support of the school and its activities. 

I especially express my sincere love for our students and let them know of how important it is for them to 
obtain a quality education, one that is based on principles of honesty, hard work and self responsibility. As 
students actively participate in the learning process, they will develop into thoughtful life-long learners, and 
become authors of their own lives. To all our senior students, as you now go out into the world, remember 
to be the best of whatever you are and that which you would like to become. I alert you to the counsel of 
President Thomas S. Monson; 

"Do what you ought to do, 
Say what you ought to say, 
Be where you ought to be, 
Be what you ought to be. 

As we join in the celebrations of our achievements and successes this year has brought, they are but stepping 
stones io build upon for challenges of the years that lie ahead. 
Faafetai mafaamalo mogaluega lelei uma. 



Namulauulu Dr. Gaugau Tavana 




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CCWS ADMINISTRATORS 




BACK ROW: Brother Fesili Liu, Bro Aiolupotea P. Talataina, Bro Tufuga Samuelu Atoa, Sis Alofamai Wong, 

Sis Barnes, Elder Daryl Barnes 
MIDDLE ROW: Sis Moana Fesolai, Sis Jennifer Fepuleai, Dr GaugauTavana (Principal) Sis Florence Taua, 

Sis Sinave Williams 
FRONT ROW: Sis Epirosa Fepuleai 







Supplies & Photocopying services, Sis Barnes 




LIBRARIANS: (L-R) 

Sis Tafale Nautu, Sis Sauoleele Manueli, Sis Alofamai Wong, Bro Sili Ah Ching, Sis Luisa Wesley (Senior Librarian) 




Nurse: Sis Letoee Lauano 




Executive Vice Principal: Bro Aiolupotea P. Talataina 



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Senior Counselor: Bro Tufuga Samuelu Atoa 



Junior Counselor: Sis Epi Fepuleai 




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PHYSICAL FACILITY PLANT 





Bro William Brown, Director Physical Facility 




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Ah Tune, Terry 




Alesana, Alesana 



Ama, Moomu 




Fepuleai, Tulaga Filimaua, Avau 



Gagai, Faleafine 




Leausa', Lui 



Lio, Tafatafa 



Maifala, Tuilagi 




Ao, Siaosi 



Hunt, Vincent 



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Atulia, Fetaui 



lull, Irva 



Mauigoa, Vasati 



Mulipola, Aleki 




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Nan Yan, Huto 



Autufuga, Folau 




l_aulu, Fuaofe 




Naime, John 




Pasia, Maifea 



Pua, Komiti Sagapolutole, Aumua Salima. Faugagana Sava, Lefoua 



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Seelua, Trully 



Soloal, Taylor 



Seve Tuisafua, Lisalo Save, Tasimale 



Simo, Sio 



Sogialofa, Sofara 



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Solopo, Faaleagaina Taatiti. Faumui Tonumaipea, Egelani 



Tufuga, Elia 



Zinck, Tusitina 




FRONT ROW: ^L-B) 

Tulaga Fepuleai, Elia Tufuga, Fetaui Atulia, Alesana Alesana, Moomu Ama, Egelani 
Tonumaipea 

2ND ROW: (L-R) 

Faugagana Salima, Irva luli, Siaosi Ao (Assistant Director), Trully Seelua (Office Manager) 
Tusitina Zinck, Vasati Mauigoa 

3RD ROW: (L-R) 

MaifeaPasia, LefouaSava, Sofara Sogialofa, FolauAutufuga, Faaleagaina Sosopo, Johnny 
Naime, Aumua Sagapolutele, Tuilagi Maifala, Terry Ah Tune, Faumui Taatiti, Sio Simo, 
Aleki Mulipola, Tafatafa Lio 

4TH ROW: (L-R) 

Komiti Pua, Vincent Hunt, Lui Leausa, Lisale Tuisafua, Apiteru Roberts, Huto Nan Yan, 
Taylor Soloai 



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CCWS TEACHERS DAY 

Friday 6 October 1995 

Speech 
by: Christina Mauigoa 

Dear Teachers, 

We don't have words to help us say, how we thank you, on this your very special day. lit we could see within your hearts, we'll know 
that in your lives, we're such vital parts. You fill each day with gladness, you fill each day with gladness, through acts of loving 
care. So kind and thoughtful always, you're all in our prayers. God bless you Teachers, may you have joy through all your years. 
May there always be special memories and seldom tears. May our lives a worthy tribute be, to you dear Teachers, for all you made 
us see. 

Principal Doctor Tavana, Distinguished Guests, Administrators, 

Students and especially to all the teachers "Talofa". 

As we may have learned that this day is a special day for all the teachers around the world. This is the day we recognize all the 

hard work you teachers have done for us. 

"What is this business of a teacher really like?" 

A teacher has a lot of qualities which determines his task. 

They are: Intelligent, helpful, loving, trustworthy, experienced, honest, friendly, patient, fun, willing 

Teachers can be strict, easy to work with and many other fine qualities I have not mentioned. We see these qualities in our teachers 
here. We have seen and appreciated what they had done for us. I have worked with a lot of good teachers, and they have helped 
me in so many ways. 

I remembered one day I had to write a speech for my English teacher. To help me with my speech, I asked one of my other teachers. 
Did she refuse? "No" she willingly accepted my plea and gave me a lot of notes which made my speech one of the successful ones 
in my class. Now, that shows the quality of being helpful and loving in a teacher. Sometimes, when I go to my 5th period class 
that's after lunch, and if my teacher sees me rushing to class while she is walking down the corridor, she would call out to race me 
to the class. We would then start running immediately laughing together all the way. This shows the quality of "friendliness" and 
a "good sense of humour" in a teacher. 

I know that all of us students have experienced a memorable moment with our teachers. That really shows how they really feel 
towards us and that is 'LOVE'. At times we may think that this teacher is too strict or mean but the reason they may act like that 
is because they love us, and they want us to succeed in life. I know this for a fact because aimost everyday, my teachers always 
say, "Your future relies on what you do now". They do care and that is why this day is special. 

Today, we would like to thank all the teachers for the effort and the hard work. We appreciate all the many things you've done for 
us. You are important to us, the students and we know that we are also important to you, because what really makes a school? 
It's the teachers and students working together, teaching one another. We are also thankful for all your precious time spared for 
us. Especially thank you for your loving hearts and accepting us as your students. We will always cherish the memorable times 
we shared together, and we will never forget what we learned from all of you individually. We love you all and "Happy Teachers 
Day" Soifua! 



"Teacher Day Assembly" 

As usual we assembled into the gym for the assembly. I thought 
it was going to be boring but I was to be prove wrong. 

We began to assembly with a song and prayer as we normally 
do. I wasn't very interested at first but then after the teachers 
were presented leis by Year 13. Christina and Junior (A.K.A 
"Juice") gave heartwarming speeches, thanking the teachers 
for their great work, help and encouragement, bringing some of 
the teachers to tears. I don't know if their tears were tears of 
either gratitude or happiness but I'm sure I'll never know. 
Following the speeches was a sweet song sung by Ofeira Ah 
Loo (This song was so sweet that the teachers cried even 
more) I had listened intantly to the words of the song and 
marvelled as to who could have found the perfect words to 



express our feelings. 

Bishop William Brown a former student of C.C.W.S who now 
looked at least fortiesh gave a speech. I must namely admit that 
I hadn't listened to his speech as I couldn't find it interesting but 
Bro Tavana stole all my attention with his survey. (He was 
explaining the Results) It was a survey on the teachers based 
mainly on the C.C.W.S. students opinions. 

In the end there was a closing hymn and prayer and everyone 
was dismissed. I walked to class pondering at what had taken 
place in our assembly and grateful that I had so may teachers 
who cared. (Cheri Robinson). 



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CCWS TEACHERS' DAY 





Bro Barnes, Bro Wong can you please hurry up I'm falling 

asleep here with nothing to eat! 




Bro Lolo... I'm FBI Vole and you are a suspect for a killing 
which took place in your classroom! 



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Bro. Wright to Sis Wright, let's go beat up the other coaches of 
the other teams and get our trophy back too 



Having fun Sis Ah Hoy & Sis, Ras. 



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For today, is the day God hath appointed especially for our dear teachers. 
Today is special because we respect and give thanks to all our teachers. 
Thank you teachers. 

One of the greatest aspects of my life is becoming a Teacher. 

There are three types of teachers 

* Teachers who make things happen 
*• Teachers who watch what happens 

* Teachers who wondered what happened. 

Now, a teacher must cause things to happen and live to be affective. 
Something should move and change. A teacher must see that those under 
them do not Fail. But it should be done in the Lord's way. A teacher should 

be the instrument in the hands of the almighty for changing lives 

Through personal contacts a teacher can accomplish this by: 

1. Inspire and Motive. They should make the students feel that they care 
and encourage them to work hard. 

2. Teach by Example and Principle 

3. Trust 



4. Be generous with appreciation, (kind & thankful) 

I've learned that encouragement from a good teacher can really turn a 

student's life around. 

A quote From Howard Newton: "Students Forget how fast you did a Job, 

but they remember how well you did it." 

(D & C 50: 22 - 24) "Wherefore, he that preacheth and he that receiveth, 

understand one another, and both are edified and rejoice together. 

And that which doth not edify is not of god, and is darkness. That which 

is of God is light, and he that receiveth light, and continueth in God, 

receiveth more light, and that light groweth brighter and brighter intil the 

perfect day." 

I would I ike to show a sincere thanks and appreciation to all of you teachers 

on behalf of the students of Church College of Western Samoa for the great 

and hard work, and time you have put in for each of us students. We also 

thank you for your support, love, care and kindness you have shown to us 

all these years you have been here. 



Happy Teachers Day, 

I love you all in the name of Jesus Christ Amen. 

By: Junior Meliula Fata 



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CCWS TEACHERS 





Ah Hoy Masina 
Religion (HOD) 



Aiono Sonny 



Aso Mona 
(Duffy) 



Atoa Alatise 



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Atoa Mary 
(English) 



Elder Barnes 
(Drafting & V.P. Voc.) 




Burgess Shirley 
(Home Economics) 



Crichton, Dixie Lepule Fauatea Maposua Fereti Fepuleai Fagasa 



(English) 



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Fitisemanu ivi... 1 ** 
(Choir) 





Fruean Julius 



Kleis Winona 
(Science) 



Arona Mailo 
(Science) 



Nautu lliafi 
(Business) 



Fonomoana, Gisa 



Hunt Bethel 
English (HOD) 



Kaio Kauli 
Science 



Kaio Rupina 
(Computer) 





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Lauano Ausage 
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Lavea Faapale 
(Samoan) 



Leausa Sieni 
(Computer) 



Liu Marina 
(Maths HOD) 




Eld Alfred Morris 
(Band) 



Muagututia Lama 
(Enalish) 



Elder Murray 
(Metal) 



Niuwenhuizen Eleasa 
(English) 



Pauga Evelina 
(Religion) 



Eld Danny Forscarini 
Science (HOD) 




Kleis Diana 
(Science) 




Lolo Mlka 
(Social Science) 




Sis Murray 
(Home Economics) 




Rasmussen Sue 
(Social Science (HOD) 



Sa'u Ogeai 
(Religion) 



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Schwalger Robert 
(Carpentry) 



Simi Maria 
(Mathematics) 



Tofilau Nisha 
(English) 



Vaaulu Lolini 
(Typing, HOD) 



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Stevenson Saovale 
(Samoan) 




Vaiaoga Olefa 
(Agriculture) 




Wong Lllomaiava Amosa 
(Art) 




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Ottley Wright 
(P.E.) 



Sua Kalelaina 
(Social Science) 



Vaiaoga Tufaina 
(Business) 



Traci Wright 
(P.E.) 



Te'o Too 
Business 




Vasa Moeiagona 
(Maths) 




Sujatha Yapa 
(Maths) 



Te'o Llsona 
(Social Science) 




Vole Taavao 
(Maths) 




I laid 250 eggs today and I'm going to sell them for a little profit. 





Hi, I'm Leonardo Da Vinci 




Don 't be shy to beat your eggs! 



Don 't be shy to beat your eggs! 



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WELCOME DANCE 
"Lean on Me" 




Monkei/ style... ooo... aaaa. 





The black and white sisters. 



Bro Wright gets the hang of things. 





Oka sevevela!! 



Sita weal!... A men. 



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WELCOME DANCE 
"Lean on Me" 




The mentally retarded group!! 



Fiafusu!! 





Mr Bean!! 



Dance girl ain 't no-one looking!! 




Bro Ti'a is camera shy! 

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CLASS OF 1995 
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Adams, Patrick 




Alualo, Tuugalei 



Ah Him, Yvette 



Ah Kuoi, Elizabeth 



Ah Loo, Ofeira Alomau, Pei Louma 




Betham, Daniel 




Craig, Lei 



Donovan, Olofaga Elisaia, lonatana 



Faalavai, Oli 



Faalavai, Tali 




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Falaniko, Toso 




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Faatoafe, Falefia 




Fepuloai, Faalima Filimaua, Faaaliga 



Finau, Oliana 



i iiisemanu, Funtino 



Fuiava, Naomi 



Fruean, David 



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Hansell, Richard 



Hunt, Gape 



Hunt, Josephine 



Hunt, Penina 



Hunt, Tauvalea 



liga, Sione 




loans, Mafutaga 



loane, Mele 



Kapeli, Anesetasia Key, Koroseta 



Kitiona, Pelosia 



Laulu, Tooney 




Leausa, l.aveiseaso Leiataua, Toto 



Leilua, Lavasi 



Letalu, Sioa 



Leung Wo, Francis Loibl, James 











I.oll, Peseta 



Maiava, Vaigamele Maualaivao, Taugali Maucjatai, Easter. Mauigoa, Chiistina Mauigoa, Muagutu 




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Matautia, Josephine Matuu, Senetinari 



Matuu, Uila 



Maulalo, Maoai 



McPall, BhssIb 



Metuli, Atapana 




Moala, Katerina 



Mulipola, U 



Nautu, Chris Nieuwenhuizen, Davina Nonu, Tofi 



Palepoi, Opeta 



meuetn, Qafatasi Penn, Wynnona Roberts, Talalelei 



Saitu, Malo 



Saloupolu, I ludy 



Sa'u, Bradley 





Schmidt, Chris 



Schwalger, Ezra Schwenke, Sosene Silacja. Kirita 



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Skipps, Cindy 



Sooalo, Falefia 



Sua, Aliitassi 



Talataina, Geraldine Talataina, Julie 



Taliulu, Aniseko Tarnasou, Patisone P. Taouma, Eiseta 




T-iomasi, Acuta Tooaso, Junior 



Togafau, Ivona Togafau, Filisounuu Tovale, Tavita 



Sio, Pue 




Sua, Kitiona Pelesia Tafatolu, Sani 




Tariu, Spencer 




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WHO'S WHO IN YEAR 1 1 




Trouble Makers 
Eka Hunt and Wilma Nautu 




Wasting Parents Money 
Tapusoa Tapusoa 




Teachers' worst nightmare 
Isaia Aiono 



Dumb and Dumber 
Nuu Tilo, Johannas Keil 



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WHO'S WHO IN YEAR 1 1 




Big and Small 
Lisha Sablan and George Feesago 




Cutest couple 
Samantha Marfleet and Moleli Pakalani 




Always Absent 
Jeremy Keil 




Mr & Mrs Vain 1995 
Phaedra Moors and Boyd Lauano 



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WHO'S WHO IN YEAR II 2 




Beavis and Butthead 
Otis Fruean and Nathan Fabricius 




Wierdest 
Issac Hunt and Donna Fuiava 




Most Talented 
Selby Fauatea and Taaloga Tufuga 




Friendliest 
Pualele Atoa and Joseph Teo (no photo) 




Most Athletic 
Halo Tavana 



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WHO'S WHO IN YEAR 1 3 




Guy and Girl 95 
Bessie MacFall and Meliula Fata 





Best Personality 
Davina 



Best Body 
Chris Schmidt 




Most likoly to succeed 
Faaaliga Filimau.i 



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WHO'S WHO IN YEAR 1 7 




Students' Worst Nightmare 
Sis Fepuleai 



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Friendliest 
Bro Crichton and Sis Wright 




Funniest 
Bro L Teo and Sis Sa'u 



Best Looking 
Bro To'o Teo and Sis Sieni Leausa 





Coolest 
Sis Alofamai Wong and Bro Mika Lola 



Next Mike Tyson 
Bro Fauatea and Sis Ah Hoy 



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Afa, Moke 




Ah Hoy, Poao 



Ah Lam, Meleseke Ah Loo, Rarotonga Ah Sang, Yvonne 



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Alu, Tuugavao 



Atoa, Pualele 



Au Apaau, Faimoa 



Aiiuiua, Joe 



Auvaa, Faimoa 



Brown, Lyllah 









Burgess, Janet 



Chung, Shun Chang Tong, Paepae Chu Ling, Sharlene Collins, Henrietta 



Crichton, Agnes 




Fna, Faaleo 



Eves, James 



Faamausili, Puava Faamoe, Fealofai Faamoe, Suameli 



Faapoi, Maniana 





Fabricius, Emil 



Fabricius, Nathan 



Falaniko, Mary 



Falealo, Vaisega 



Falute, Sosefina 



Fau, Tavote 




Fauatea, Felix 



Fauatea, Selby 



Fausia, Faapulou Fepuleal, Cmvn 



l llimaua, Jiinioi 



f INpo, Tovia 



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Hunt, Elizabeth 



Hunt, Isaac 



leremia, Ruta 



loane, Eletisu 



loane, Vesl losefo, Fanuatanu 




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Isaako, Amataga 



Keli, Talafulu Kapihea, Kahealani Laufala, Taiilfilo 



Laulnn. Lylo 



Lauina, Norma 




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Leafa, lulia Leaupepe, Lawrence Leiataua, Aitu Lemana, Norma Lemusu, Amani 



Leti, Vaauliao 






Lla, Falaula 



Loibl, Donny 



Losi, Tusiga Lupetuloa, Sefuluai Magalogo, Ponifaslo Malaeulu, Epi 




Mauafu, Suea 



Meki, Brian 



Mamea, loelu Milford, Angela Muavaa, Andrew Muavae, Anita 



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Mulitalo, Karl 



Neria, Mahonri 



Neria, Vaolole 



Misipali, Niusulu Numera, Numera 



Ofoai, Rachel 






Pita. Kale 



Papalii, loane 



Parker, Melissa 



Pasina, Ofalla 



Pauga, Dahlia 



Pili, loana 






Pakalani, Lesleli Posenai, Maele Rivers, Thailand Ropati, Monalisa 



Salea, Salota Saunoamalii, Willie 








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Schmidt, Queen Lucy Schwalger, Lucia Schwenke, Roesa 



Sefo, Niko 



Sefo, Reopoamo Seiuli, Omeka 






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Seufale, Olivetti Sianava, Fualaau 



Simi, Farani 



Simo, "Iheresa 



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Slone, Naomi 



Soloai, Elena 



Solomona, Pati 



Sua, Oebra 



Sua, Marina 



Sua, Theodore 





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Uua, Kalo 



Seu, Popino 



Seve, lalf Vol< 



T.iiai.Mn.i, f noil Taponeko, Salapl Tapusoa, Oiivt 



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Trt/ana, F : aleasiu 



Taua, Rasela 



Tauati, Joseph 




Tautua, Befulual 



TflVcifiii . Halo 



Tavana, Lupe 




T.ivlta F, Jeff 



Tavita, Richard 



Te'o, Isaako 



Teo, Jciseph 



Tevaga, Joanne 



Tuaula, Aukuso 





Tuilcitufuga, Sillvia Tuiletufuga, Sivamalie 




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Tuiloma.Tagatasi Tumanuvao, Fetu Tumau, Amataga 



Ui, Teni 



Usilal, Merenlse 



Utai, Minute 




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MOST PREFERRED DANCE 
Nighl of Royalty 




So which one is it? 




I tliink Spencer will like the life of being a king!! 






Our King & Queen for 1995 




Chris, you better watch out, Halo might get yal! 




He proposed already! I (check out da ring) 



. tell the Kin 



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I think Opeta fancies you Davina!! 




Hey, hands off, he ain 't yours 




It's a match!! 



Faalima still can 't believe it! 




Stick dat tongue in hoy you still have the whole night to experience 



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MOST PREFERRED DANCE 
Night of Royalty 




Taimijust can't get enough ofAngie 










77//s is the way we wash our hands... 






Hey TV a, where 's da wife? 



Ini, mini, miny, mo give me the one that can really blow 



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Isn 't it a bit too early for tfiat!! 




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l lie King stands by his "future mother in fog 




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'Might of^pyaCty 

'Vote for Chris Schmidt', 'Vote for Spencer', 'Jaalvma for Queen', 'Chris 9{autu for 

Xing' 

These signs and posters covered the high school wall from top to bottom, students Susy 
persuading others to vote for who and who for Iqng and for queen. The ^ing and queen 
for 'The O^ight of Royalty". The most preferred dance, the night everyone is Cooking 
forward to, the dance of atC dances, it was The 9{ight. 

9{ever Before had the gym Seen so inviting, alt due to the artistic minds and creativity 
of the 'decorating committee' who we aCC agree had done a marvellous joS. heading the 
night with the perfect theme 'Masterpiece in you'. As the students entered into the 
gym, assured with ties and dress pants for the Soys and prudish dresses for the girts. 
We were all proud to have the head-Soys and head-girls aSleto attend our dance and 
witness the crowning ceremony. Shortly after, the ceremony Began, concluding with 
the fourth runners up Being Christina and Junior, third 'Bessie and Chris. 9{. second 
Ttavina ana Opeta, first Chris. S. and Lei and our %ing and Queen for 1995 was 
Spencer andjaalima. Wow! What a night. The music went on forever, the food 
vanished and though the heat was unbearaBle, that didn't stop us from enjoying that 
night - and that's exactly what we did! 1 . 



'Phaedra Moors 



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Ah Ching, Tifa 



Ainuu, Filiorosa 



Aiono, Isaia 



Alofa, Po|)h 



Aloiai M'llciuiuma 



Ama, Tania 







Brown, Ruby 



Burgess, Tahana Collins, Rowena 



Crichlon, Ma/ 



Dyrticmd, Vaioleti Elisaia, Epafara, Jr 




Enilima, Pupe 



Faalavaau, Lee Faasalafa, Shema 



Faalau, Viona Faatoaloa, Solaese Faleone, Faleone, Jr 




Falotagaloa, Mile 


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Falaniko, Lita 



Feesago, George Fesola'i. Burton 



Filimaua, Savili 



Fiso, Tusipasi 




Grovel, Dennis 



Hicks, Tul 



Html. I dilli 



Hunt, LouiH 



Hunt, Makesl 



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Kaio, Cindy 



Keil, Jeremy 



Keil, Johannas 





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LauiTieafue, Samila Leafa, Atimalala 



Leafa, Sefo 



Leaupepe, Biuce Leiataua, Faletao 



Leiataua, Tavita 







i emalu, Lui 



Lemamea, Petelo Lemamea, Siainiu 



Lesa. Malikla 



Lesatele, Manila Ligaliga, Camellia 




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Magalogo, Fiaavae Maika, Caroline 



Malo, Mataitai 



Maifl('( I, Samantha 



Maseull, Uila 



Mataupu, Polenisia 









Mati, Rosa 



Maugatai, Cessna Maugatai, Desmond Mauigoa, Allrod 



Mauigoa, Paluli MacFarland, Natia 




ii, Rita 



Misa, Susitina 



Moors, Damon 



Moors, I'haudra Theresa, Moiinoi Muavaa, Cleopatra 




Mulitalo Taylor 



Neria, Leisoane 



Olona, Veta 



Pakalani, Moleli 



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: 'ui, Ofoalofa 



Poni, Suitala 



Pimeleko, Kirisimasi 



Pulotu Sopfi 



Robinson, Cherl 



Ropati, Perita 




3eiuli, Johnny 





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Sanfl, Rosina 



Saum tin Tusiiala 



SfiuniMi Enrale 



Savelio, Luisa 




Semeatu, Meleke 



Seve, Rasela 



SiiTii, Analisia 



Slade, Crystal 




Solofua, Sileli 



Sua, Faamata 



Su'a Aki 



Suiimili, Saki 



Sufia, Puaa 



Tafito, Monalisa 




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Talalmahu, Lemoe Talalaina, Ulisese Tanoai, Loimata 




fapusoa, Fob 



Tapusoa, Tapusoa 




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Tlal, Tolosia 



Tilo, Nuuausala 




Tiufea, Mil 



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1 01 ill, lunloi 



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Tuilagi, Falfuaina Vaipua, Fuasouina 




Viliamu. Aupaau 




Viliamu, Notise 




Vitale, Andrew Von DincWage, Hildagard 



Wright, Bob 



Yapa, Shanika 




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CCWS BAND SHOWCASE & CHOIR 

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Move those lips boys 



Boyd's experiencing technical difficulties with his trumpet 




Blow any harder and you '11 explode'.'. 




The jazz Band 







Don 't think too hard Junior 



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CCWS BAND 




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♦ 



OK boys, keep your ears open for Malionri's whistle! 




Pualele hold on tight to your lavalava before it fulls 





Hey, why is my Pu so': 




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loci u, Mnkua bad lava ou seevael Seevae a Michael Jackson! 




V^A-*' 



Hey Guys, we found our lemlci ! 



//(•i/ drunimei boy! 



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CCWS SHOWCASE & CHOIR 




Am I doing it right or what? 




Tooney, the dancing machine! 







Hey Tina, is that your hair or just the hair from your arm pit? 



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77ie on/y way you know they're from Pesega is thejandals! 







Opeta gets ready to sing a solo 



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YEAR 
10 




Adams, Camilla 



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Ah-Loe, Agn«s >/ ek Rivernetta 








Luisa ' 



Alo, Kolio 



Elama 



Amataga, Alema 



Aumua. Fraser 




iua, Vicky 



Aupaau, Anelu 



Suzette, Atoa 



)han Boon, Alema Chang Tung, Oka 



Craig, Dustine 






Lli 


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pf^l 


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Elia, Tulafono 



Faagata, Luisa 



Faapoi, Farani JR 



Fabricius, Leon 



Faavesi. Kipaoa 



Faiese. Maletina 




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Feauai, Fatu 



Fepuleai, George Fesolai. ' ison 



Fili, Faapopo 



Filimaua, Rowena 






Fmean Jarrett 



Gasu, Esl 



Ali< e 






Hunl 



Keil. . 



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^"ii i anuola 



Keli, ; 



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Leausa, Nafanua 



Leavai. Ah Mu 



Leota, Kolisi 



Letl, Rosalia Leung Choi, Junior 



Liu, Kilisi 




Magalogo, Samasoni Manu, Siaunuua Mataafa, Caroline 



Matuu, losua Maugatal, Isapela Maugatai, William 




Mac Donald, Alaiula Milford, Andrea JR Muavaa, Diane Muliaga, Fuatino Mulitalo, Teena McCutheon, Meafou 




Nan-Yan, Willie Nieuwenhuizen, John Ofisa, Uiliata 



Oleno, Apaula Palepoi, Chailes Papalii, Doughlas 




Parker, Abbie Gale Parker, Melissa 





Saipele M, Mikaele Samuelu, Toatasi 



Sauvao, Faleupolu Schwalger, Duane Schwenke, Philip 




Sefulu, Peria 



Senio, Ropati Seve, Puaseisei 



Silao, Tui 



Simi, Fetalaiga 



Soe, Nevili 



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Soloai, Lemau 



Sosene, Oloa 



Stevenson, Larry 



Sua, Faaiu 



Su'a, Faulknor 



Suatoa, Janet 




Tuipelehake, Israel Tuitele, Rona-Kaye Tulua, Tiapepe Tumanuvno, lEnitosi Va«»ga, Jerry 



Vaifale, Afu 




Vesi, Luisa 



Vui, fvlaalo 



Wong, Hakota 




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CCWS GOES TO SAANAPU 

Friday 21st April 1995 




u in the mornin 



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"Samoa, tula'i masisi a . . " 




A kava gree 



:cws 





1 Jiope this speech isn't long!! 




I love Bro Vole's get up 11 He looks like he's ready foi anything 



Don 't worry guys, probably by next year we will finish unloading the truck!! 



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CCWS GOES TO SAANAPU 

Friday 2 1st April 1995 

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Our gifts to Saanapu. 




If there were some pretty girls here somewhere the moving job 
would he done more quickly. 



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.netball standards, desks, etc. 



Time for some fun & play!! 




Our Minister of sports gives a winning smile. 



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CCWS GOES TO SAANAPU 

Friday 2 1 st April 1995 




Don't worry, I'll get it!! 




Okay, Coach. What do we do now! 



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"You play good & I'll treat you all to some ice-cream!" 







Desmond studies his drums quite intently. 




The Rising Generation! 



Vie band plays a little duel!! 



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CCWS GOES TO SAANAPU 

Friday 21st April 1995 




Auoi, someone did a boo-boo!! 




"Oh no, my make-up is running!!" 

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Vie fire dance!! 




The crowd looks on!! 



1/ 

I'm Sltttitll in the rain! 



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CCWS GOES TO SAANAPU 

Friday 21st April 1995 




Banana . . . Pineapple . . . Coconut .... 



)3^^r^ "^* •^bjp m I 




Sister Fepuleai accepts their gifts! 





Taualuga - Let's dance! 
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Nice legs . . . do they come with a refund?? 




The loading of goods!! 



Georgie Girl! 



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YEAR 

9 




AhHoy, Roy 



Ah Sam, Makerita 



Ah Sang, Sun 



Ah To, Tasileta 




Aiono, Laki 



Aiono, Saufaialo 



Ama, Talatofi Apulu, Fofoaivaoese Asalule, Silelloa Aulia, Afasene 




Avia, Eiia 



Aupiaau, Sophia 



Brown, Orr 



Brown, Fla/n a 



Brown, I'unlpuiio Brunt, Damien 




Burgess.Tauinaola Chan Boon, Margaret Choo -Koon, Dan Choo-Koon, Julia Choo Koon, Julie 



Elisaia, Sharon 




Ene, Vernon Faamau, Aukuso Falute, Tarn Fauatea, Brad 

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Feauai, Siaunofo Fepuleai, David 




Flame, Gerda 



Finau, Josie Finau, Lorene Fitisemanu, Albert Fruean, Landy 



Fuiava, Glen 




Grenshaw, James Helg, Emilene I'aulualo, Tafaumu 



Isaia, Sharon 



Kalo, Anita 



Kaio, Tanehao 



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Key, Jassie 



Kolio. Loto 



Lafaele. Peleiupu Lam Kam, Paraimeri Laufau, Simealai 




Laulu, Marinl 



Leota, Filifili 



Malo. Siliva 



Mac Fall, David 



Naunau, Salote 





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Laster, Dee Marcia Laufale. Tuaoi Peti Leaupepe, Doris 



Leofo, Ataliga 






Lowers, Anna Leung Choi, Kasiano 



Liu, Alice 



Maaalooo. Valukareu 



Manao, Meli 



Mao, Jackie 



Matai, Menime 



Mataia, Dennis 



Matautia, Fritz Matamua, Vaiaga 



Matuu, Loiti 



Leota, Doreen 




Mala, Itiiti 




Mataupu, Henry 




Matu'u, Suvania Maugatai, Christina Mauigoa, Aliroy 




Meki, Tapu 



Muliava, Linda Mulipola, Vaeluaga Mulitalo, Uarrei Nofoaga, Meapusi 




Nonu, Tala 



Nonu, Seipua 



Paulo, Amanl 



Pel, Sialofi 



Pollsl, FyoJ 



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Sablan, Christopher SaJanoa, Misiafa Salapo, Gatoloai 



Salima, Maria Samuelu, Terry F. Samuelu, Va'a 




Satele, Asotau 



Sauaga, Evotia 



Sauaga, Fualaau 



Saumalu, Sili 



Scanlan, Siolo Schwenke, Ekenda 




Schwenke, Christina Seiuli, Filoi 



Semu, Malaeimi 



Sianava, Lupe Sione, Etenauna 



Sione, Slatlu 




Sua, Tafaipaia 



Suilaulau, Sina Stevenson, Saovale Taituave, Aiaraisa Taitafe, Fulumoa Talataina, Vaiola 




Tausunu, Mafutoa 



laua, Viena Taulapaoa, Palota Tavana, Justina Tavita, Duane 



Tavita, Daniel 




Te'o, Luisa Titipa, Ailiga 



Tiufea, Anapogi Tiufea, Talosaga 



Tini, Lily 



Toomalatai, Makerita 



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i«jnuni«vt*tt. Leuani Tufuga. Joyce 



Tugaga, Zeniff Tuilagi. Matauaina Tnlmanna Riiiy I weedle, Barbara 




Tyrell, TaJlilagl 



Uill. Billy 



Vaiaoga, Late 



Voigt, Raymond Wright, Helaman 




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SAMOAN CULTURE DAY Pfl , 



Hurry up! I'm taking this home with me? 




Man, you're taking too long? 





Here, let me do it. I do this everyday? 



Hurry Up! Sis Leausa's waiting for her food 




"AAAAHHH, I want some, " says Sis Leausa. 
"Hey good looking! What you got cookin!" 



SAMOAN CULTURE DAY 



Pg 2 




/ aint gonna eat that! Yuck! 

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"Squeeze!" 




Fu// blooded Samoan boys (Savaii style)! 




This is tfie way I squeeze the Pe'epe'e! 




S/s Vflsa & S/'s Vaulu just dying for a taste of that food! 




Make way.... F.B.I coming through! 



SAMOAN CULTURE DAY 




I got the Power., 



.not 




The first time Taimi's seen fire! 
He doesn't know what to do with it! 





Quick!! Call tliefire department 







"Tolu isumu valea"! 




Trying to start the fire 2 more minutes.... more like 2 more days! 



What the heck are you trying to do, light a fire? 



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SAMOAN CULTURE DAY 







Hey vaai lou ofu i lelea i luga! 




Look at those legs, c'mon boys bring it in! 




Hey Ojeira, stop smiling for the camera, we need your help! Can 't you tell by 

the girls faces! 





That 's the spirit! 




Hey, this is easy! 








EEEH, what's tliat in your hair? 



Chris trying to win it on his own! 



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SAMOAN CULTURE DAY 





City of Enoch flashing smiles for the camera ! 

ft PP*f i* *fi W* 




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"Now you do it my way. .or else. 




Amani going 50 miles per hour! 






"I wonder wlwt this is for? " 




They should hy out for the circus! 




Not fair! Me and my house won tnat point or snouia we say we 

want it... 



Sis Su 'a and her house plotting their next victory! 



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FAREWELL PARTY FOR PRINCIPAL 
George Selu Froean 




Small vs big!! ( I wonder who will win?) 




Move over son, Bro Fruean 's comin!! 





Give it to me, Now!! 




Bro Fruean leaves with a note of warning to the students!! 




Tana don 't break the camera! 




Bro Te'o's got that no-nonsense look!! 



Now, now Bro Fruean, don 7 forget you 're married! 



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FAREWELL PARTY FOR PRINCIPAL 

George Selo Fruean pg z 




Sole, I was in line first!! And I want to hug her first. 



Bro Fruean shh!! come closer! 



farewell 

<zA beautiful moment captured here as we sau Jarewell... oAna as uou mau sou it Joja Soijua 

Jo a man of areat nope ana inspirations who is now our Jormer Principal. 

(qAs we stilt call him respectively) 

Dro kfeorae <belu Jruean.... even thouah he mau be our former Principal still we 11 remember him as the Principal 
that plauea a special part in our (Education. Dro. Jruean with much hratitude we aive thanks 
for the support in everuthina we did toaether as a school and as a Jeam. 

Jiot joraettina the meatpies alter everu activitu. 

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FAREWELL PARTY FOR PRINCIPAL 
George Selu Fruean 






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Sis Pauga is always the first one up 
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Mmm, mmm, mmm So much for the talking? 





Sis Hunt's still at it. Sis Pauga, No "ai savali" Remember! 




Hey Sis Tofilau, eyes on your own plate! 





-<^>v > 






Yummy food!! 



Let me just take this one oh, and tliat one hnun this one 

looks nice! 



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INTERSCHOOL NETBALL - 1995 




Luv da shoes!! 



(SisTavana) That's the spirit 




Ok, Girls, Plan B! 



Poor Lupe's noding off to sleep. Not enough sleep last night, huh? 




Warm ups before play! 



(China) Henry, I 'm scared" (Henrietta) "Not now China" 



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INTERSCHOOL NETBALL 1995 




Intermediate Team 1995 




Air Jordan 





Looks like she's got a problem with her skirt! 




(Cheri) "Looks like their game 's more interesting than ours! " 
"Louisa, don 't iust stand there, shoot da hall! " 




WOOPSIDAISY....Looks like cam's got a problem with her 
hands (been touching the wrong things, huh!) 



Oh no, you 've got to be kidding! 



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INTERSCHOOL NETBALL 1995 




New Fashion - skirts with Netball shoes 




(Dolly) "Hey, I can't see!" 






(Dolly) A little bit to the right no, no, to the left 

(Sis Wright) go in... go in go in!! 

. A 




(2 girls sitting) Don 't you just love the crowd!! 



netball Qrh 



Si ^oda^moment as our mighty and beautiful netbaft team set out to mal^e a name for CCWS in the. Inter - SchooC 
9l$tb aft Competitions hetd every year. March 1st, a 'Wednesday was when the netS aft season opened. Sift our 
netSaft girls put so much effort into giving CCWS the i BTS ( Tname! SA.ndthey showed just that in the Zone *B 
results. Our Juniors, Intermediate and Seniors too^first place Champs of Champs, held on May 1st, was where 
the girts were put to the ultimate test. There was tough competition Between Zone VI and Zone SI netball teams 
but we can proudCy say they achieved winning results. Our Juniors and Intermediates toof^4th place and our 
Seniors too{3rd. 



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RUGBY 





Our five rugby heroes who represented CCWS in our National Secondary 
School Rugby Team who visited New Zealand in 1995 are, Brian Meki, David 
Fruean, Halo Tavana. Sope Pulotu (no photo), and Fereti Fereti (no photo) 



(L-R) Bro Too Te'o, Brian Meki, Sope Pulotu, Halo Tavana 




(Back L- R) Bro Teo, Misipati, Chris Nautu, Halo Tavana, Malo Saitu, 

Tu Lui Auvaa, Siva, Minute Utai 
(Middle L - R) Tooney Laulu, Eletise, Uili, Pepine, Sope Pulotu 
(Front L - R) Faleasiu Tavana, Tuugavao Alo, Spencer Tariu, Brian Meki, 
Sioa Letalu 





(Back L - R; Eletise Misipati, Farani Simi, Mahonri Neria, Mu Tuifea, 

Lawrence Leaupepe, Amani Lemusu 
(Middle L - R) Solaese Faatoatoa, Vaisega Falealo, Daniel, Tovia Filipo, 

Niko Sefo, Fiatoa, Numera Numera 
(Front L - R) Bro Lolo, Repine, Reopoamo, Karl Mulitalo, Rudy Saleupolu, 

Omega Omega, Issac Hunt, Toso Vaivai, Taulalo Laufale, 

Sioa Letalu, Falaula Lia, Amataga 



(Front L - R) Faleasiu Tavana, Tuugavao Alo, Spencer Tariu, Brian Meki, 

Tooney Laulu, Tului Auvaa. 
(Middle L - R) Bro Too Te'o, Pati Solomona, Eletise, Uili, Pepine, Sope Pulotu, 

Lawrence Leaupepe. 
(Back L - R) Misipati, Minute Utai, Chris Nautu, Halo Tavana. Malo Saitu, Sioa 

Letalu, Siva, Ullsese Talataina, Faatuai Simi 



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SAMANTHA'S SPEECH 
(2nd Place) 

"My dear child, Life was not meant to be easy. Violence is a part of life and once it increases it becomes the weakness within 
a man until "he" is no longer able to control himself. 

Every man is the architect of his own future and thus he can bring unto himself the life of cruelty, suffering, jealousy and inner 
turmoil, no longer able to solve a problem through the normal method of negotiation. He has completely lost himself to his 
weakness both in body and spirit, sometimes even to the extent of using Physical Force! 

Words, ladies and gentlemen, wisely spoken by an elder of our Samoan Society of today. 

Honourable judges, distinguished guests, teachers, ladies and gentlemen. My chosen topic for today is "VIOLENCE" it 

springs from lack of self control 

Once, a wise man said, you do not love until you bear with all the faults of men. Today, I say, you do not live until you bear 
with all the faults of life. Violence was created by man to get his own way or to solve his problems. We all experience different 
types of violence sometime in our lives and it shows how man is not "yet perfect". There have been many causes of violence 
but psychological theory believes it to have been produced by our social learning. "Social Learning" is the learning behaviour 
that is controlled by environmental influences" rather than by innate or internal forces. When children watch others they learn 
many forms of behaviour such as sharing, aggression, "Learning experiences" offered by popular television shows and 
motion pictures containing violent behaviour is extraordinary. Violence as quoted in the beginning of my speech becomes 
the weakness within a man, it is where a person is no longer able to solve a problem through the normal method of negotiation 
and as a result he/she resorts to violent emotional outbursts and the use of Physical Force. These three aspects are of my 
main concern. 

Now what do I mean by becomes the weakness within a man? Violence, for example, can cause a man to come home drunk 
and then begins to beat up his wife and children, losing all sense of self-control. He cannot think straight and when he awakes 
the next morning he sees his family bruised and abused, "sometimes" even forgetting what he's done the night before. He 
gave in to his temptation and therefore was weakened to the extent of not being able to control his actions. 

Violence if given a definition is where a person is no longer able to solve a problem through the normal method of negotiation. 

This puts plainly to the human brain a strong meaning of VIOLENCE This is proven so by a certain case which happened 

in New Zealand, not long ago. A Samoan woman, I repeat, a Samoan woman deliberately beat up a teenage boy who was 
not of any relation to her and what made it worse was she made other teenagers join in the beating of this one boy. Just 
this one boy. She did not even stop to think of talking to the boy or figuring things out without the use of violence. Her idea 

of DISCIPLINE is nothing other than emotional outbursts leading to the overuse of "physical violence" 

"Physical Violence" is where a person cannot control his or her own emotions and resorts to the use of BRUTE STRENGTH 
to get his or her own way. Many problems develop from such form of violence because people cannot control their actions. 

TWO EXAMPLES of such causes "have" happened here in Western Samoa. Yes "here" My first example is where a Malifa 
teacher deliberately hit a girl with a stick and permanently blinded her, and for what? For what do I ask you? To discipline 
her? Does such discipline have to lead to the loss of a child's sight? This is well known as CORPORAL PUNISHMENT within 
the schools. 

My next example takes us to an article written in the local newpaper. I read of a child who died when arriving at the hospital 
because he was beaten by his parent, and for what? How could a child, in this case a BABY, a baby so small ever be able 
to defend himself. This is well known as "CHILD ABUSE" I mean really think about it. No, really, really think about it. A 
small child compared to an adult parent. Could a child, so small and innocent, cause so much anger within a person that 
he/she would be severely beaten up, even to the extent of DEATH? No longer able to take another breath or to live in this 
world again ? A CHILD .. w a child a child 

Violence causes all of these problems, violence corrupts, violence even kills. Ask yourselves this question, would you ever 
want to be the one at the end of a violent persons anger? I know, I wouldn't, I wouldn't!!! Remember violence, or the use 
of physical force is a weakness, it is a result of not being able to solve a problem through the normal method of negotiation. 
We have to withstand these problems for it is a part of life but a flaw in life which can be lived without. Violence, is it good 
or bad? I believe it is bad because it only destroys. Does it spring from lack of self control? Yes, it does, because it shows 
how people are unable to discipline themselves and control their actions. Violence comes within you and only You can solve 
it. It is not an easily solved problem but STRUGGLE, WORK HARD, PERSEVERE and you WILL SUCCEED. 

Remember violence is REALITY and in REALITY it is a problem that needs to be solved. 

Thank you and Soifua. 



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Left: Faaliga Filimaua 3rd place winner USP English speech competition 
Right: Samantha Marfleet 2nd place winner, Inter - School English 
competition Faaliga, "I'm not worthy!" Samantha - "I knowl" 









Meet the 2nd place winner for the Year 1 1 National Speech competition, 
Samantha Marfleet speaking on. "Violence... is it good or bad ?" 




Supporters give their best support for their Year 1 1 National Speech 
Competitor, Samantha Marfleet, "We are proud of you, Samantha!" 



I'm bad! Patrick Adams, 4th place winner, Interschool English Speech 
Competition 1995 




Lisha looks so cute!! 



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NATIONAL SCIENCE COMPETITION 1 995 



Science Project 

My science project was about "What do plants eat?" 

I did my project about what kinds of nutrients the plants need 
to grow properly. For this project I had a lot of help from my 
father. I grew 3 corn plants, one was without nitrogen, one was 
without Phosphorus and one had all the nutrients and showed 
what happen when a plant lacks one of the essential nutrients. 
I was very nervous and was afraid the judges would ask hard 
questions. I was judged by three judges. I did well with two 
of them but the third judge asked me some hard questions 
which I could not answer. When it was the time to give the 
prizes out, I was very proud to hear that CCWS got 3 prizes. 
Doing a science project is really fun and I hope that next year 
a lot of students of this school participate in the Science Fair. 

Shanika Yapa 



Science Project. 

It was a rainy day and I still had to get everything ready for my 
project. The process of "PERFUME-MAKING" was all I 
have to think about or else I'd forget an important fact. It was 
time forjudging and my heart began to beat faster. 

The first judge came up to me and asked me questions. I was 
very nervous but I tried my best to explain the things I'd 
learned about my project. People seemed to be more inter- 
ested, and they kept on asking more questions. Even though 
the work was hard, we still had fun with students from other 
schools. 

Savili Filimaua 






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Well at least we know that Savili isn't the one that smells bad!! 



Faaliga has once again "out smarted" himself 




Volcanoes vs High Blood Pressure 



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"Brainy and Braini - erll 

Left: Shanika Yapa, 3rd place winner National Science competition 

Right: Savili Filimaua 1st place winner 



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THIRD TERM - 1995 

High Honor Students Honor Students Honor Students 



YEAR 9 

1, Christopher Sablan 


YEAR 9 


YEAR 11 

1 . Boyd Lauano 


2. Gatoloai Salapo 


1, 


Billy Uili 


2. Crystal Slade 


3. Justina Tavana 


2. 


Fritz Matautia 


3. Dennis Grevel 


4. LaHie Vaiaoga 


3. 


Joyce Tufuga 


4. Desmond Maugatai 


5. Lilly Tini 


4. 


Landy Fruean 


5. Heinz Fretton 


6. Maria Salima 

7. Raymond Voigt 


5. 
6. 


Margaret Chan Boon 
Sun Ah Sang 


6. Kirisimasi Pimeleko 

7. Susitina Misa 

8. Taimi Hill 


8. Vaiola Talataina 










7. 


Tauinaola Burgess 


9. Tui Hicks 


YEAR 10 


8. 


Zeniff Tugaga 


10. Ulisese Talataina 


1 , Gaiuli Tavui 






YEAR 12 


2. Rowena Filimaua 






1 . Kolopa Sione 


\ / r™ a r-\ -t -j 


YEAR 10 


2. Olivetti Seufale 


YEAR 11 


1. 


Camilla Adam 


3. PualeleAtoa 


1, Cheri Robinson 










2. 


Lemau Soloai 


4. Tuugavao Alo 


2. Cleopatra Muavaa 






5. Vesi loane 


3. Lisha Sablan 


3. 


Lynell Kleis 


6. Lupe Tavana 


4. Phaedra Moors 


4. 


Fuatino Muliaga 




5. Samanthan Marfleet 


5. 


Alema Chan Boon 


YEAR 13 


6. Savili Filimaua 


6. 


Allice Heather 


1. AoutaTaumasi 


7. Shanika Yapa 


7. 


Ah Mu Leavai 


2. Christina Mauigoa 

3. Davina Nieuwenhuizen 




8. 


Andre Milford 




YEAR 12 






4. Faalima Fepuleai 


1, Amataga Tumau 


9. 


losua Hunt 


5. Faaaliga Filimaua 


2. Fetu Tumanuvao 


10. 


Jarret Fruean 


6. Geraldine Talataina 


3. Selby FajJatea 


11. 


Larry Stevenson 


7. Isapela Uivaa 


4. Vaolele Neria 

a 


12. 


Leh Ah Lam 


8. Lei Craig 

9. Oli Faalavai 




13. 


Suzzette Atoa 




YEAR 13 






10. Spencer Tariu 


1 , Tali Faalavai 


14. 


Frazer Aumua 


1 1 . Toso Falaniko 



High Honour Society Chair Person, Sis Marina Liu; Advisors: BroArona Mailo and Siz Traci Wright 



Three students win Australia Chemistry Awards 

ThreeC^yS Students who had participated in the Australia National Chemistry Competition received recognition. 
They are Donny Loibl (Year 12), Lisha Ann Sablan (Year 11), and Shanika Yapa (Year 11) 



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Some members of the Honour Roll 

Back (L-R) Taaloga Tufuga, Alice Heather, Crystal Slade, 

Susana Atoa 
Front (L-R) Rita Metai, Lanuola Keil 




Students - Wow! I wish I was in the High Honour Society 





Some Members of the High Honour Society 

Back (L-R) Isabella Maugatai, Tina Tavana, Vaolele Neria, 

Fetu Tumanuvao, Phaedra Moors, Tali Faalavai, Samantha Marfleet 

(Hif h Honour Society Vice President) 

Front (L-R) Gatoloai Salapo, Junior Voigt, Lilly Tini, Shanika Yapa, 

Vaiola Talataina, Tulafono Elia, Selby Fauatea (High Honour 

Society President) 




Sis Uu having a problem with her eyes.... or k> Selby too Close 



'm not prepared!... Urn... urn. ...What seems to be the problem. 
is it Sis Fepuleai or you? 



'My feelings ahoui our High Honour and Honour students 
assembly was great pride. Pride in the achievements for 
chemistry as well as in the amount of honour and high honour 
students. Although it was a small number compared to the 
whole school I felt proud of the students of honour and high 
honour roll because it showed how hard they worked last term. 
Usually the achievements of the children has never been 
noticed until now. 

It is good to see that teachers as well as our principal have 
taken the time to take recognition of these students. 

(Samantha Marfleet) 



74 



CCWS FIELD DAY 



I AMW,< 
1 l\Y\M 




Ij this really was an army, we'd nil be dead!! 




Eliza needs to stand on something to be able to see!! 




The games haven 't started and already they look tired! 








nd hisfi iend don 't know which way is rigid! 



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How can a city that big fit one whole person!! 




Look's like sis Niezvenhuizen needs to work on her tan!! 




Tlie shooting squad is ready sis Tateyama!! 



75 



CCWS FIELD DAY 




1 N? 

/ wonder where he got his shorts from ? 




Move over Michael Here comes Tavana Jackson! 





Half-way through the national anthem and the Flag is still 

down!! 




Bro Tavana looks lonely!! 







Jesus walks on water, Sope walks on air. 



[Illffmim 

/ bet Boyd can do that Ah Boyd? 



76 



FIELD DAY 




Lei's a bit greedy with her umbrella. Ua le malie Atoal 




Watch out birdies, here I come! 




F or scar ini gets a tan while Wong hides from the sun! 




I m going to give Taimi a big hug!! 



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Taimi decides to jump on the wild side! 




Look at those legs go! 




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Attention!! 



77 



CCWS FIELD PAY 




Even Wilma notices those funky shorts! 




"Sorry guys but you've gotta listen to another boring announcement from me." 





Sis Wright, you 're surrounded! 





No, I am not going to move from here, 1 am going to stand my ground! 

BIV'UU 




Hey you forgot your track shoes! 




Slow down Aki I'm sure you '11 win. 



Sis Ah Hoy on her Sunday stroll. 




Everybody 's getting a hit bored of Field Day 



78 



CCWS FIELD DAY 




"Ooooh, did you see that? ".... "VH-HA now that was NAS-TY! 
are these guys in our school!! 




Who wears short shorts!... He wears short - shorts! 



—> 
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"No, it's like this"! 




Clap, clap for the handicap 




No, he's not a teacher, but he's sitting in Favatea's seat! 



Button up your shirt, mistafia sexy tele! 



79 




CCWS FIELD DAY 



Bro Lolo gathers the winning house for final advice 

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if there has been a report of lost shoes 
You know who's <?ot them. 

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"We've got to pray just tojnake it today!! 




I think Sis Ah Hoy has something to say 




SHARE Sis Ah Hoy! 



"You move any closer and I'll knock you all down" 



80 



ZONE B MEET 




Hands Up!! 



4x100 Boys Junior Relay team 




4x100 Intermediate Relay team 



Fuatino shows she's great at jumping the hurdles! 




Lanuola takes her time!! 



4 x 100 Boys Senior Relay team 



81 



ZONE B MEET 




Eka and the4x 100 Girls Junior Relay team 




If it wasn 'tfor Taimi the girl behind him could 've gotten youi 
face in the picture as well! 




Poly got a cracker? 




And the crowd goes wild., 



Au osopa 




Just layin back! 



82 



ZONE B MEET 





Vie Man in tights! 



Go hie!! 





Smell good! ! 



4 x 100 Girls Intermediate Relay team 





4 x 100 Girls Senior Relay team 



Are your Macleans... glowing? Answer yes they are glow-ing! 



83 



ZONE B MEET 




Something wrong with this picture! 



It's the Bulls vs Lynwood 





Uh - oh He's got dat look again!! 




Bro. Tavana 's got such a small voice he needs to use a trumpet!! 





From nursemaid to drinkmaid Perfect combination!! 



"A speech before the games ahvays seems to liven you up! "says Bro. Tavana. 



94 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 





"Johatmas makes a jump he will never forget 



Oooh Joseph, what big muscles you have!! 




Pua lias a problem smiling. 



Gruesome face but sexy legs! 



it 




Wsssup? Looks like Hi him!! 



Halo has found a ueiv way to preach!! 



85 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 











Lanu'sPoopt!! 




The battle for first place is close!! 





The Hop scotch dance. 




:ccm 

Zealand 



^f Elf 3p^ 

Water for Heafth 



Taaloga raises her hand in victory! 




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BP On-Hep Oil ?' 



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CONSTRl 




Lau/u makes it over!! 



Another perfect exchange!! 



86 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 




Buffalo Bull's Club! To join contact Bro Talataina! 

ii 




Sis Wright units patiently. 





Sope takes a minute to check his feet to see if they're still there 1 . 




Now, where is he? 




Everyone has gotten a tan except for Joe, he's gone red! 



Any ukus yet, Davina? 



87 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 







:£ar5s-li:ii£i:=r= 




Relay race for the Senior girls 4x100 




I just love myself!! 




Chris makes a perfect jump!! 




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The exchange of the baton 




A winning race 




The face says everything! 'He's Beat!' 



88 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 




Father and son give the upper-lip. 




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Fereti gives it his all! 





The hand says it all! 




Tooney and K.G show they've got what it takes when it comes to 

photos! 




Ok Bro Atoa you can let go of any arm now! 



The last race was ours for the taking! 



89 



CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS 







Gays!! 




Either a "telling off" or a "good job" speech 





Our principal and R.L.S. 's principal have a little chat!! 




Looks like Bro. Lolo's got a spare arm!! 




Bro. Tavana's surrounded by beautiful girls. (What a lucky man!!) 



Tears from heaven reach Bro. Wright's eyes!! 



90 



W. SAMOA FLAG DAY CELEBRATION 




Cool hats, did they come with glasses 




lew girls, do you remember how to hold the flags? 




Bro. Morris looks smashing today! 




Mahonri surrounded by flag girls dicing to get his autograph!! 




Posers!! 



91 



W. SAMOA FLAG DAY CELEBRATION 







The Flag girls and band during the Independence march. 



92 



W. SAMOA FLAG DAY CELEBRATION 




The CCWS Band take their march. 







Who you winking at? 




The CCWS band take their march. 



« 



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People here. people there. people everywhere. 



Flag girls Assemble 



93 



W. SAMOA FLAG DAY CELEBRATION 





Toughest member of the band takes his pose. 



Donna, think music not camera! 





Man, no wonder you can 't get a girl, your drum is too big! 



Oh-P- lease, girl get a life! 





Boy on top! SWING. 



UarK ts oeautijuii 



94 



W. SAMOA FLAG DAY CELEBRATION 



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Here they come.... just a walk in down the street...play in do-di-di-dum-di-di-do 




The beautiful ladies from Hawaii 





The CCWS Band on our Flag Day ceremony. (Marvelous Job Bro Morris) 




Raise your hands if you 're sure! 




Th* mission ofveace. (makes you wonder why he's holdinga war stick) The Boys during the Maori dance. "Not too loud now, Juice' 





"oooh baby, stop me! 



Keep dancing Angle, if we get lucky we'll have enough money to buy lunch! 



95 



KING'S COLLEGE SINGERS FROM N.Z. 1995 




Susan dear, is my hair okay? 



Sis Ah Hoy gives a solo. 





'OLU 



Places everyone 




Oh no. don 't tell me he's going to SING 



96 



KING'S COLLEGE SINGERS FROM N.Z. 1995 





The King's College show their stuff 



Tliejazz hand blow nice and hard.. 





Time out 



Bro Atoa. Man they 're so good my ears are still ringing'. 




Lu Uh-on! 



97 



RICKS COLLEGE'S DANCE 

from IDAHO, USA 




Ricks College dancers from Idaho USA, May 1995 



I love the poka-dots! 




The good tiling about being white is that when you wear white 
clothing nobody ever notice the difference! 





I'm sure they got this act from Grease 1 




Look dad, the yellow birdie! 



98 



RICKS COLLEGE 

from IDAHO, USA 




The guy takes his pick from the crowd.. 





Shea's definitely wearing panty-hose!! 




I think this was the cha-cha!! . ..or was it the Samba 



Ye-haU 



99 



RICKS COLLEGE 

from IDAHO. USA 





Oh I'm so, so happy I could just die!! (girl with the hands!!) 



I forgot the name of this dance but the outfits were nice 

looking!! 





The waltz!! 



Now I clearly recall this was the part the boys liked!! 




Autogrsaphs of "The Dancers"? 



100 



COMMUNITY SERVICE AT MULINUU 1 995 





Bro Liu has ordered a threat! 




WJiile the Kids work the teachers kick back. 





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Always ready to smile! 



Final instructions before show down! 




Tliey're catching flies!! 



■m 







After 5 years of working, tfie Mulinuu area finally looks clean! 



101 



COMMUNITY SERVICE AT MULINUU 1 995 




The Catwalk 



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Hanfl loose!! 





Work dat budie 




He's all mimita with his lapisi! 




Velvet loves to sweep rubbish but hates goin to school. 



Sis Vasa feels she looks better with her back facing the camera. 



102 



COMMUNITY SERVICE AT MULINUU 1995 




Over looks like he's never seen a camera before. 




Ai mea leaga! 





Air New Zealand, the Pacific number one!! 




"Malo, Malo!" 



There's always time for a little chat while picking up the rubbish! " 





Who said picking up the rubbish was hard? 



103 



COMMUNITY SERVICE AT MULINUU 1995 




"Bro Schwalger's doing the hokey-pokey!" 





I wonder what Kim 's dreaming about? 




"Fai mea pepelo! " 



vm mnmmmmmmmmi • < 

Hey man, watch where you 're pointing that thing! 





Sweeping lessons (a dollar an hour)! 



Wow Mama! 



104 



COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT 
CLEANING UP CCWS CAMPUS 




Professional undertaker hope I don 't get arrested! 




Malo fighting over the rocks! (weird) 




p ,<,-*' 
Save our Forests! 




Wheel barrel and Company Limited 




Bro Lauano hastl 't been in the sun tfie whole day! 



105 



COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT 
CLEANING UP CCWS CAMPUS 











TTie on/y subject these guys will ever get an "A " in! 




Work those muscles Filipo! 





I think Te'o wants to go home! 




Doing work for the first time in History! 




Sis Vasa and Meleke, pretending to do work ! Beep, beep, waste 
management coming through! 



Our professional oso pa students! 



106 



BYU STUDENT TEACHERS ASSEMBLY 




The talking chief has svoken. 




"No thanks, I'm Mormon, " says Bro Goodwin. 





What 's he doing! 




No wonder why Bro. Fruean left our school! 
The Kava was not up to standard! 




live it here, boy! 



Is he old enough to drink? 



107 



BYU STUDENT TEACHERS ASSEMBLY 




Hey, is this stuff safe? 




Sit down, ....Next! 





Tulou, Tulou ammm.... Excuse met 




Here in Pesega leis fall from Heaven 




Your choking me!! 



To the left, to the right, to the front, to the back..Yeah! 



108 



DR GOODWIN & DR TAVANA 
PRESENT TEACHER AWARDS 




Oh no! I've forgotten my lines! 




"Tomoirow and tomorrow and tomorrow,,, " 





Huh ? 1 don 't understand your language., 

PS 




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Sis Yapa - he hee, I'm too smart for one award. 





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Sis Su 'a you can let go now, it 's not yours! 



Sis Belong: "Cleopatra, wlmt were the three prophesies ttbo 



109 



SAYING FAREWELL TO BYU STUDENT TEACHERS 




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(Sis Vaaulu) I'm going to be sweet and short. 



5 Hours later "and when I was 5. 





"WELL, LAUGH!" 



Elder Hanks: Give me a hand Bro Goodin! This bowl is heavy 




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Tavana you can let go of her hand now! Bro Baldwin is getting 

mad!! 



Bro. Tavana please don 't be dissapointed it's better than 
getting nothing 



110 



SAYING FAREWELL TO BYU STUDENT TEACHERS 




Cassandra doing her thing! 
What thin?? 




While the blind man plays the piano the "ulavale" just sits and 

smiles 





You go girl. Our very own Andy Crawford! 




The Chinese connection in style! 



I think he's trying to teach him the waltz, 
(the poor lady is left out) 




"It 's not really my colour but it '11 do! 
I got the yellow one Tateyama! 



Ill 



SAYING FAREWELL TO BYU STUDENT TEACHERS 

WifU JitucUnti 

( What a chance of a lifetime. 
Jo be taught Uu Cnbzeie ana a <zHawallan. 
crjt the. lame time of all aiffexeni lubiecti, 

Uou can take, uoux filch, nevex mill a icnool aau, nevex get lick. 
Jhe !EfLfU. ituaenti we can never foxget 

Jnelx going awau we will alwaui xtaxet the little time tneu itauea 
crfna ike bio faxe tneu hold 

Jlie memoxable memoxlei will itau within ui, without anu aixt, cobi ox xuit. 
c^nna even though uou xe not neax, the haxti uou have In oux heaxti 
( WiLL alwaui be aeax. 

I want the yellow one!!.... OUH? 





Don 't cry Sis Delong you '11 see me soon! 







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~Jj 



Sis Fitisemanu looking for someone to hug 




Don 't we get a hug? 



Hair he comes or should I say Hair it goes! 



112 



PDF LEADERS ASSEMBLY 




You Yallup! 



Bro Liu, time to shake hands! 





Hey you Stop talking! 




Taaloga, who are those evil eyes for? 




4 



Hair today gone tomorrow! 



113 




PDP LEADERS ASSEMBLY * t 

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"You don't say"! 



SisRass. No chatting! 





Teehee hee. 




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jl liltil 







Strike a pose! 




Had enough ? Good! More for me! 



114 



APOSTLE ASSEMBLY 




Our President has taken a leave! 





The Apostle gives an important example 




Bro Liu: "So, Junior, how's life? ' 



The speech is so exciting Sister Hanks has decided to take a nap! 



115 



APOSTLE ASSEMBLY 
Elder Hales 




(Bro Tavana), "Is that so!" 





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Me Big Chief Hales! 





Presentation of gifts to the apostle, Elder and Sister Hales. 



Time for a little chat!! 



116 



ASSEMBLY FOR PRESIDENT 
POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 





Talataina dum-di-di-di-um-dum-daa. 




i t&* — 

Is she goin ' to sing or what? 











And ...and.. .well.. .well. 




Moso'oi man. 




i riui iuuk am i saje [Liaer Ashton) 



Something's wrong with his shoe.. Jit has a problem keepin ' it on!! 



117 



ASSEMBLY FOR PRESIDENT 
POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 




The Pick-a-li-li song 



The Tongans Oh No!!! 





Bro Morris lookin short!! 






She smiles ytf least we know she's human! 




Hello, stop day-dreaming! 



What's this Back Talk!! 



118 



CRYSTAL BAND PERFORMANCE 





"David and Goliath" 



Bro Vole "Insy, Wincy spider (You get the picture) 




Sis Pauga: "Let 's get down, brother! " 



BroTeo: "Why me?" 



119 



CRYSTAL BAND PERFORMANCE 





"The 4 Musketeers only, instead of swords they have mikes!" 



Bro Liu, seems like the girl needs "a lot " of persuasion! 





Look like Bro Liu found his match! 



Sis Saw. "You go Girl! 1 




Bro Te 'o: "Bessie, is that you ? " 



120 



FLOWER PARADE 




Here Comes CCWS 




Flower Gala Float! 





Military Escort! 




Go Billie Williel 




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"76 Trombones" passing by the Apia Catholic Church 



The Mighty CCWS Band 



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FLOWER PARADE 



It was a lovely morning, flowers all around town, people waiting for the Parade to 
start. We had to wait for the Police Band to arrive to start the Parade. Cars and Trucks 
were fully decorated with flowers of different kinds. The Parade which started from 
theVaisigano Bridge was so colourful with all different types of flowers, and especially 
the participants uniforms, they were so lovely. 



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The Police band led the Parade while the Mighty "CCWS BAND" wagged the tail. 
They started marching while both marching bands were blowing out what they could 
They had to march all the way to the old Market and back to the front of the government 
building before the parade ended. As we passed by Molesi and in the front ofCaruthers 
Ice Cream store, they were all decorated with flowers and colorful painted posters of 
flowers. The NPF building was so beautiful with flowers. (Boyd Lauano) 





Pepine and Minute bring up the rear 



Flower Floats! 



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Miusic Concert 




Our Choir sings well with a little help from Sis. Fitisemanull 





A whole new world for Davina and E2 



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"Where's Sis Fepuleaill "School Regulation, No Lip - Stick" 





Boyd's really into it! I 

September 1 5th, this was the big day for all our young gifted entertainers, the 
jazz band, choir, flag-girls and showcase. This was when parents, teachers, 
friends and who knows who else were to witness our extravagant perform- 
ers. Those who were to be in "The Music Concert". At 6.00pm ushers arrived 
at the already prepared gymnasium to assure the seating arrangements and 
secure the VIP section for our guests. By 7:00 spectators had begun to fill 
the seats. Excitement was in the air and you could see the nervousness on 
the faces of the directors and entertainers. Finally it began. After a word of 
prayer, the beautiful voices of the choir and eager sounds of the band stirred 



Samoa's very own and improved Elton John or the skinnier and younger 
version of Elton Johnll 

up the crowd. The audience was delighted. Performances by the flag-girls 
and a few numbers by trios and duets went smoothly, followed by showcase 
featuring the different cultures of the Pacific. The sounds of TOFA MY 
FELENI" meant that the night had come to a conclusion, and with the dosing 
prayer, viewers went their separate ways, with the memory of the spectacu- 
lar presentation that night. 

Phaedra Moors 
PST.C 



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MINI-MISSION ASSEMBLY 




Don 't sing too hard, you might strain your voice, 



BOYS II MEN, step aside, the Missionary club is movin ' in. 




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What's the matter Chris? Do you smell something? 



Sis Hanks: "Heywassup?". Bro. Talataina: "Nuttin' much!''. 




Where's Waldo? Oh there she is ! 



I will heed the word of God. 



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MONDAY MORNING FLAG RAISING ASSEMBLY 




Tana checks to see ifFaaliga washed his toe nails last-night. 




Faaliga uses the paper as and excuse so he can check his toenails. 
' clean, we will never know" 





SAMO/4 TULAI. T7iafs how the voice volume goes when 

singing the national anthem!! 



Everybody looks sooo enthusiastic. 




Bro Liu doesn 't look so short from this distance! 




Bro Morris lias his band and school mixed up. Instead of 
conducting the band he conducts us!! 



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CCWS VOCATIONAL SKILLS 




Bro Atoa supervises the rowdy boys from Year 12 and Year 13. Bro. Schwalger couldn 'tfind a chisel so he used a screwdriver!! 











Minute takes a minute to pose for the camera!! 



"She who touches, leaves on crutches' 





What a guy !! You '11 have no problems with him in the house. 



Vie sign on his-shirt says he's for FREE! 



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CCWS DRAFTING, ART & WOOD CONTEST 




^fct *■»--' *** 





He may be tall but he can sure draw! 





Each contestant lines up to see who will end up the victor 




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Bro Liu 's blowing bubbles while Bro Tavana's speaking!! 




He thinks "he bad" now!! Our winner for the CCWS Drafting, 
Art & Wood contest. Ulisese Talataina! 





Y- ~ s 




Give it to me 



Bad luck Suzette, ti~y again next year!! 



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GRADUATION 1994 




Out with the old and in with the new! 





hmm! I wonder where the Food is at!! 



3 cheers for the gold and blue! 




Help! Does anybody have Jenny Craigs number? 



Wassup? Mr Bean? 



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GRADUATION 1994 




Andrew Nautu 1994 student Body President, High Honours 




Nancy Hanks, 1994 Valedictorian, High Honours 





Annemarie Kleis 1994 Salutatorian, High Honours 




Davina Nieuwenhuizen receives her Year 11 High School Diploma 




Finally we're free! 



After 50 long years, tmally! 1 've passed!! 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 





Tlie blind man actually moves 



Thumbs up!! 





Everybody hits the floor to show their new dancing steps. 



Always ready for a picture. 




The Brady Bunch! 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 





Ane's in a mellow mood tonight 



Usually when you take a photo eyes are meant to be openedl 





Louis Lane goes to da ball. 




Elder Peterson makes his move.... 




bro le'o and Sis Te'o take the floor!! 



Baby, Don't Stop" 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 




The next Miss Sharon Stone NOT!! 




Don 't mess around with da Pesega Girls!! 





Lady in white gives da looks. 




Tinky, did you brush your teeth dis morning! I 



A he, he. 




Michael Jackson style!! 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 




Poor guy doesn 't want his photo taken. I wonder why': 

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Oh... How sweet, notice the couple to the left! 




Doesn 't look like she's having fun! 




Thats a pretty dress 




Sis Fepuleai show in her dancing style... and a one... and a two.. 



Poor Opeta, he still hasn 't found his height match! I'm sure he's still lookin..... 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 




Ligaliga Funeral Services, Call anytime when you 've got a 

dead body 1 . 




Conan the Adventurer! 



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& *£ ^ 

Go Sane ! 




Ta -daa. 




Hee -ya horsey 11 



Tana 's checkin to see if the area 's clear so he can get nasty. 



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1 994 GRADUATION BALL 




Lankesha, is that you? 



Stevenson 's at Manase 






Elder Hanks is in da house 




Stop Hammer time!! 



3vao« 



Get your hand out of my face! 




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PRIZE GIVING AWARDS 1 994 





Bro. Atoa humbly says out the names!! 




Well done, son!! 




Hey, Hey, Hey he actually got an award!! 



Love the hair - cut bro!! 



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PRIZE GIVING AWARDS 1 994 

am 





Sis Pauga checks to see if she gave the right award. 



Is that Bro Liu behind Bro Fata? 





Who's Bro Liu trying to impress!! 



Is she awarding the prize or is he? 



137 



CCWS 1995 RUGBY HERO 



PLAYERS PROFILE 

Fereti Fereti knocks on Manu Samoa door 



What was once a longnurtured dream 
for Fereti Fereti to become a Manu 
Samoa one day may be happening 
sooner than expected. Ever since the 
Manu Samoa broke onto the 
international scene in the late 80's that 
culminated with a brilliant performance 
in the 91 World Cup, the youngester 
was so fascinated by the team's success 
that he'd made a vow to his mother, 
Fa'afete, that one day he would make 
her proud by being a member of the 
national team. 

He did everything any dedicated player 
with a burning desire would do to reach 
that goal and he's flourished nicely in 
the past several years. 
He's one of four new players in the 
Manu Samoa training squad with 
Onehunga Mata'utia, Ioane Va'alotu, 
and Siaki Elisara who are puffing it 
with the big boys ahead of the team 
selection on 27th September. 
Feretiwaspartofthe winning schoolboy 
selection who won the 93 Central 
Region schools tournament in New 
Zealand before he made the team who 
were runner-up to the New Zealand 
Northern Region at the inaugural Pacific 
Rim tournament in Fiji last year. 
Returning from the Under 21 
international tournament in Wellington 
early this year where he played wing, 
Fereti captained the Western Samoa 
Under 19 squad to the second Pacific 
Rim tournament in Fiji two weeks ago. 
He played second five in the first game, 
fullback against Fiji, outside center in 
the next game and wing in the finals. 
While he was away, he was awarded 
Player of the Year by his Apia Sports 



Club. 

Fereti currently enjoys a fully paid year- 
long sports scholarship at the Church 
College of Western Samoa in Pesega and 
he's the main reason why the CCWS 
senior boys came second to St Josephs 
College at the schools champion of 
champions athletics competition in July. 
He's the national schools sprints champion 
with a time of 10.8 at the 100 meters 
while he also excels in most other sports. 
The downside to such an extensive sports 
participation according to the 19 year old 
is told on his school grades. 
Said Fereti" That's the sad part of the 
story. I've had one of the most satisfying 
years as a sports man but the disruptions 
has affected my grades. I don't mind 
repeating because I think my school could 
put me up for another year, but I'd hate to 
put up with the extra bother." 
He said it wasn't hard to make a decision 
between union professionalism and 
league when the two broke on the scene 
at the same time. 

"I've got to admit that league did cross my 
mind in terms of securing one's financial 
future if I'm good at it, but professional 
rugby now offers similar opportunities at 
something one is good at doing. I've 
always dreamed about making the Manu 
Samoa but now I can even think of making 
a career out of rugby afterwards in either 
coaching or some other capacity now that 
administrators are also getting paid. 
There's a lot happening at rugby (union) 
which may just turn out alright in the 
end," said Fereti. 

One of the things happening on the home 
front is a personal invitation by the 
Australian Under 19 coach to call him up 




Promising rugby player 
Fereti Fereti 

if he's interested in playing for one of the 

school teams in Australia. There is also 

pressure from his father in New Zealand 

to come play his rugby in Auckland where 

the competition is extensive. 

His idols are Brian Lima - "a great 

finisher," To'o Vaega - "deceptive but 

humble," Andy Aiolupo - "he stuck with 

rugby through thick and thin," 

Siaosi Va'ili and Quentin Sanft - "the key 

players who got the goods for Northern 

Region at the Pacific Rim tournament." 

Still the lure of the Manu Samoa jumper 

remains the strongest force the Year 13 

student has to contend with while awaiting 

the results of the final exams later this 

year. 

"To repeat or not to repeat" which may or 

may not turn out to be Fereti's rallying cry 

when report cards are handed out at the 

end of the school year, but the new twist 

in his budding career has thrown a new 

dimension is his eventful young life. On; 

thing is certain. If he's drafted into the 

Manu Samoa at his age, he'll be one of the 

youngest recruits into the national team 

since his idol, Brian Lima, was drafted at 

19. 

(Story from "Samoa Sports Pages", Tuesday 19 

September 1995) 



138 



CCWS PRINCIPAL RECEIVES SPECIAL RECOGNITION 

Local Wins Academic Award 




Namulauulu Dr Gaugau Tavana with his Brigham Young University professors, 
Vance Randall and Steven Hite, after the presentation of his award 

Namulauulu Dr Gaugau Tavana of theChurch College of 
Western Samoa has been honoured in America as the winner 
of a doctoral dissertation award, ahead of over 1,000 others. 

Namulauulu received the "Outstanding dissertation of the 
Year Award" from Division G (Social Context of Education) 
of the American Education ResearchAssociation (AREA) in 
San Francisco. 

His winning dissertation wasentitled: "Cultural values relating 
to education in Western Samoa: A conceptual analysis of the 
perspectives of Samoan social leaders." 

AERA has about 20,000 members, which makes it the largest 
research association in the United States and possibly the 
world. 

According to the chairwoman of the awards committee, Dr 
Mary Brenner, six finalists were selected from those who 
entered the award. 



"(The) committee was very impressed with Dr Tavana's work 
and was unanimous in its choice," she said. Professor Steven 
Hite, who served as chair and advisor to Namulauulu's 
doctoral studies, said the award was a major honour and 
richly deserved. 

"Through his deciation to his people in Samoa, scholarly 
ideals and hard work, this award brings well-deserved focus 
and honor upon himself and Western Samoa." Namulauulu 
received his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at Brigham Young 
University last April. His prize-winning dissertation is based 
on the premise that contemporary Samoa is at a cultural, 
philosophical, and education crossroads. 

"There is an indigenous culture with attendant traditions, 
mores and protocols which the majority of Samoan people 
acknowledge as being of great value and are highly desirous 
of preserving" it reads. 

"Many aspects of the extant culture, however, have been 
significantly influenced by the dual phenomena of early 
European colonialism and recent technological proliferation 
which have inevitably served to hybridize its religious, 
economic, social, and political character. 

"The climate of flux has generated a conflict in the attitude 
and perspective of the Samoan people-how much of the old 
should be extolled and maintained and how much of the new 
must be adopted and integrated...." 

Namulauulu is originally from the village of Saipipi Savaii. 
He has been a school teacher, principal, researcher, lecturer, 
and is currently serving as the Director of Curriculum and 
Teacher Development for the L.D.S. Church Schools Samoa. 
(The previous story appeared in the Samoa Sunday Observer, 
14 May 1995). 




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CCWS COUNSELOR AWARDED BY HEAD OF STATE OF W. SAMOA 

Member is honored by government leader 



Tufuga Samuelu Atoa of the Pesega 5th Ward, Pesega 
Samoa Stake, was awarded the Western Samoa Order of 
Merit in June by Head of State Malietoa Tanumafili II. 

Brother Atoa was honored in recognition of a lifetime of 
outstanding service to the people of Western Samoa. 

For the past 40 years, Brother Atoa has shown "tireless 
commitment and personal devotion to the development 
and promotion" of sports in his homeland. In 1994 he 
was presented with the Distinguished Service Award by 
the Western Samoa Sports Federation and the National 
Olympic Committee. Brother Atoa currently represents 
his country at the planning meetings for the 1 996 Summer 
Olympic Games in Atlanta. 

The honored sportsman has also had a long and 
distinguished career as a public servant. As chairman of 
the Public Service Commission, Brother Atoa aided 
Western Samoa on its road to political and administrative 
independence, and has also served on the board of the 
National University of Samoa, as government director 
of Polynesian Airlines Limited, and as director of the 
Western Samoa Development Bank. Brother Atoa 
holds a bachelor's degree in education from BYU. 




Tufuga Samuelu Atoa 
Brother Atoa's many civic responsibilities have been 
balanced with many years of dedicated Church service. 
I le has twice served as a regional representative and has 
been a temple president, stake president and bishop. 
Brother Atoa is presently a temple sealer and is national 
director of public affairs. He and his wife, Helen, have 
five children and eight grandchildren. 
(The previous story appeared in ChurchNews, WeekEnding 
July 22, 1995) 




Anneli Ornstedt Maylani Ah-Hoy 

TWO FORMER CCWS STUDENTS TAKE NAIA HONOURS 



Two former pupils of CCWS have won another NAIA 
(National Association of Inter Collegiate Athletics) tennis 
crown for Brigham Young University in Hawaii. 

Maylani Ah Hoy and Anneli Ornstedt beat opponents Shu 
Ping Lin and Yu Hsien 6-4, 6-1 to win the women's doubles 
titles at the NAIA tennis championships late last month in 
Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

Ah Hoy, daughter of Poao and Atalina Ah Hoy, is a former 
Western Samoa women's singles champion who has 
represented this country at the South Pacific Games. 



Meanwhile Van Wright, a student from Western Samoa who 
is presently attending Kahuku High School in Hawaii, won 
the Hawaii All State High School Golf Championships last 
month. 

Wright, the son of Aleki and June Wright of Lotopa, graduated 
from the high school last week. 

He will go on to attend the University of Hawaii in September. 

(The above story appeared in the "Samoa Observer" of 
Thursday 8 June 1995) 



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141 



TEACHERS PICNIC DAY 

(Matareva) 



On a bright & early Saturday Morning the teachers and staff of C.C.W.S set out with their 
children on a beach trip to their set destination Matareva Beach. 

Preparations were made the night before, so everybody was ready with their towels, 
sunscreen, hats and of course plenty of food for the big day. 

Even though the ride to the beach was very tiring and long once the cars stopped and parked 
under the cool shade of the Palm trees, everybody even the oldies were all over the sand 
in their bermuda shorts ready to be attacked by the sun. Everyone was occupied and enjoying 
themselves, the children were in the sea splashing around, play silly games. The boys playing 
football and tackle rugby with the male teachers. Those who didn't want to get all bruised 
and batted up, settled for a friendly game of volleyball, with the girls. As the women, some 
female teachers, well like all women do, they were busy yapping away about the lastest news 
in Samoa and boasting about their husbands. 

After a good solid two hours of fun and games everybody headed up to the Samoan hut where 
all the food had been prepared by some teachers and staff members. There was so much food 
everyone fust kept coming back for more. 

Soon all the food had disappeared and the beach was scattered with teachers and staff 
members digesting for a good 20minutes before cooling off in the beach, packing up their 
gear, and setting off back home to make plans for their Teuia Week Holiday. 





Looks like there's no competition when it comes to sis simis siae! 




Hey Sis Vaiaoga aren't you meant to Volley the ball. That's why they call 

it Volleyball 




Bro Stevenson can really pump the ball 



Elder Barnes, still praying or is he crying cause no one will let him play? 



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Now we know why our CCWS faculty went to the beach. To get a ta.nl! 




Someone's pretty stingy with the tomato saucell 




Sis Talataina - Hey, I'm tryin to eatl At least have the brain to let me 

know first 




Are your Maclean's showing 



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Tear 11 (Poetry 



TREES 

Swaying Swaying Swaying 

It's branches dancing to the beat of the wind 

Not fully developed 

Enjoying the feeling of SPRING 

Summer 

Blossoms turn into fruit 

The leaves, a green to envy 

Providing victuals for all living inhabitants 

Dreading the thought of the following seasons 

Autumn 

The craved green is envied no more 

Golden browns and yellows fall to the ground 

All withered up and dry 

Falling Falling Falling 

Winter 

Drifting snow clustering up on the stiff bare branches 

The golden floor turns to white 

No birds chirping 

No sun shining 

The tree suffering immensely 

Days seem as long as years. But slowly 

Even though unoticed 

A new season is about to dawn 

WITOGAMATOE HICKS 
DRUGS 

Drugs are a bad thing to do 
It may affect your family and you 
If you smoke and drink beer 
You dont have to do it over here 
We are the children of the Lord 
We do not do those kinds of things at all 
Drugs is not a future for you 
Because the end of that 

The Police will get rid of you 

HEINZ FRETTON 
THE FARMER 
Think about a Lawn-Mower 
Pull the choker and let it roar 
Make it see that you are friendly 
Only by pushing it very gently 
Observe how hard it keeps up with the work 
Very industrious and really, it ain't no Jerk 
That is exactly what and never cease. 
No matter how tough it seems to be 
As a farmer, My crops are most important to me 
Like an ant, he is never tired. 
But happily he works as killing a fire 
That's the kind of life a farmer lives 
But that's not all; he also generously gives 

CLEOPATRA MUAVAA 
THE FARMER 

Out in the field he works all day 
Plowing soil, planting seeds 
In the hot sun he slaves away 
Only at noon does he get his feed 
Then back to work to grow his crops 
A busy bee sucking nectar from the flower 
Working hard and never seeming to stop 
But keeps going on hour after hour 
Like an ant with true dedication 
To search for his food, water and meals 
Ignoring whatever pain he feels 

Cherl & Lulsa 
PROMISE 
I'll be by your side 
I'll be by your side 





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When you're hurt or in pain 

I'll be by your side 
Like sky is to blue 
I'll be by your side 
Our friendship strong and true 

I'll be by your side 

When tears come trickling down 

I'll be by your side 

To pick you off the ground 

I'll be by your side 

And keep this promise to you 

I'll be by your side 

If you'll be by mine too. 

Phaedra Moors 
NUCLEAR BOMB 
Like the love of a secret admirer 
Hidden from the rest of the world 
Never seen, Never heard, though existing 
Will it matter to her what happens? 

The love he has is untouched like a fresh rose 
Suddenly he is pricked by the sharp thorn 

Without warning bleeding flowingly 

Pleading Begging her 

Deliberately stabbing him with Intend 

Finaly, he cries out 

Finally revealing his deepest feelings 

Pleading Begging her 

She in turn glares at him with cold eyes 
Never looking back again 
His heart pierced with a blade so sharp 
Scattering his feelings and destroying his life. 

Phaedra Moors 
PEACE - 

Quietly as I sit and lay 
And give thanks while I pray 

No children, no noise whatsoever \ f 

I wish it could wait forever 



As long as time will let me 
I will sit in silence and be free 
Of all troubles and toils 
Which makes your want to boi! 
Peace and equality 
Problems which shall never Be 



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Crystal Slade 



ALWAYS AND FOREVER 

Always and forever, 

Just like a dream come true 

I found a friend, a true friend in you 

You're there for me everyday 

When I'm in trouble you're on your way 

You are truly my brother 

I love you more than any other 

You are my friend always true 

My friend Nuu 

Johannas Kell 
ADDICTED 

If higher learning was easier for me 
The future would be doubtlessly work-free 
Taking life one step at a time 
Caring not of anyone else's except mine 



If education, had in it a little pleasure 
It would have me craving for more 
Striving to find it at any cost 
From dusk til dawn, til I'm weary and sore 



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If I was the addict here. 

And this was my drug, 

Higher and higher, knowing not fear, 

Deeper in my heaven, cozy and snug. 

Addicted (Phaedra Moors) — 

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LADYHAWKE 

DAYLIGHT 

Her wings take a graceful flight. 

Up, Up, upon the mountain height 

Eyes piercing, Feathers ruffled 
Never will you see her turn back 

Ever, again 
By Night She is a totally different person 

Eagle to human 

Life, lonely and unbelieving 

A tale of melodies told and past 

She stands Her wings to hands 

Feathers to skin 

Images of dreams dreamed and feelings felt. 
Gracefully she walks to her destiny 
There is no time left to speak 
The sun rises and slowly she changes 

Daylight A scream pierces the sky 

Far Far Away sho flies 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
A TURTLE 

Each step she takes, takes her nearer to fate 
Each egg she lays, only a few will stay 
Alone on the beach, she moves closer to reach 
Destiny call, she cannot stall 
For it is time to move on, the past has gone. 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
MEN 
Who does he think he is? — . 

What nerve? What a ! 

All men are rated from one to ten 0t^ 

But let me warn you 1I|S& _~ 

Whether friend or foe *fi Sil^ 

You will never know V> 

They can rip your heart out _ til 

To the very spout * ^ 

And can leave you lying about * 1^ 

Their wishes are simple " 

Yet never so nimble 

And they leave you as soon as they find a pimple. 

They desire the highest 

Require the best, 

And never seem to let you rest! 

Remember, not all are thorned 

But please be warned! 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
A TALE OF ROMANCE 

Two different people 

Two different kinds 

Two different lives 

One loves the other and the other loves the one 
Uncertainty and conflicts slow their reunion 

She lives for him 

And He lives for her... 

Like Romeo and Juliet their destiny is mystery 
But, like all the passed lovers of before their time 
There was "fate" *» 

One would die for the other Itss&V 

And The other would die for the one.... & l'&m$fc$ 

What he never did she did.... ( ^%S£xS, : - 

What she never will he will.... ^i&&M0$Jjg 

Vows made, secrets unfold y^S*** 

They have decided their destiny 
Forever and ever both hearts will remain as one 




Their story passes down like all the other lovers 
Who once had a tale told as well.... 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
DON'T LET GO 

Vulnerable Helpless 

Her sweet face a mess, Lifeless 

She stands silent and frail in her dress 
Only a day and she's come a long way. 
Head bowed, She makes a vow. 
So truthfully pure, But she has to endure 
Wind blows the golden hair upon her head 

And yet, she is still not dead 

No brother's or sister's 

Her feet are blistered, She utters a prayer 

"Lord are you there? I want to die, 

Please, let me lie. Let me be with you 

Take my soul, He answers 

"Dont Let Go!" 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
LIFELESS DEATH 

Thoughts of death permeate my very being 
Life is nothing, it has no meaning 
Is it the beginning of the end, 
Or the end of the beginning? 

Some live to die 
Others die to live 
Which one am I? 
Not one nor the other 

I do not want to live 
Nnor did I ask to die 
Living Death, here am I 

Life is but an empty grave 
To be filled with this corpse some day 
This wretched candle grows dim 
Thoughts seem to close in 

My grave is set 
Let me lie 
Life is over 
Death is nigh 

(Llsha Ann Sablan) 
MANU SAMOA 
MANU SAMOA 
You're the pride of Samoa 
And we hope that you play 
More and more 

Even though you didn't win the world cup 
Manu Samoa please don't give up 
Go out there and make us proud 
And let us hear the crowd shout loud 
Make ten scores or maybe more 
For your homeland Samoal 

(Faletao and Ruby) 
THE NUCLEAR BOMB 
It is like a sickness that sweeps across the land 
Spreading it's fumes everywhere and destroying things at hand 
The noise is deafening 
The disasters are frightening 
And what a terrible sight it is to see. 





Famine and hunger everywhere 
People crying out for a penny to spare 
Deformed babies go crying by 
And the nuclear bomb explodes and dies 
Leaving disasters across the miles 

(Shanlka Yapa) 



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(Llsha Ann Sablan) 



(Usha Ann Sablan) 



Because he stood up for his right 
He was murdered one night 
All this because he had a Dream 
He was Martin Luther King. 

NUCLEAR BOMB 

Nuclear bomb 
Oh nuclear bomb 
What did you do? 
Yesterday I had one head 
Today I have two 

THE FAT CAT 

There was a fat cat 

Who sat on a rat 

And made it flat (Usha Ann Sablan) 

MY MOTHER 

My mother will always be here for me 

How, when I grow up I want to be 

She raised me up with tender care " 

And when I need help, she's always there 

She teaches me about my God above 

And always gives me everlasting love 

She is a beautiful mother 

Just like a Honolulu flower (Pepe Alofa) 

Without You 

No I cant forget this evening 

Your face as you were leaning 

You always smile 

But in your eyes 

I can't forge tomorrow 

When I think of all my sorrows 

When I had you there but I let you go 

Now it's only fair that I should let you know 

Girl Friend 

You're been crying, your face is a mess 

Come in babe, you can dry your tears on my dress 

She's hunting you again I can tell 

Oh I know that look so well 

What's your hurry, please dont hit and run 

We can make it, wait my darling it's been so long 

Oh I wont ask to know I dont really care 

Knowing it will be like it's always been before 

But I guess that you're just the way the story goes 

You always smile but in your eyes your sorrow shows 

(Pepe Alofa) 
MY SCHOOL 

CCWS is the name of my school 
Our uniform colours are yellow and blue 
Bro Tanava is the name of our principal 
Our school and class rules are nice and simple 

We got the best facilities in Samoa 

But still every year we get more and more 

In school we also learn about Christ 

In a different subject, "Religion" which is very nice 

To be successful you must study 

Some take it seriously but some think its funny 

The main language we speak is English 

You remain speaking it in school until you finish. 

Wilma Nautu 
THE NEXT TIME 

We were there together in the dark 
Like a spark that made it better 




When He held my hand 

I felt like I couldnt stand 

And what made it even worse 

Was the curse 

He gave, just by looking straight into his eyes 

I'm not saying they looked like pies 

But they were like stars 

Twinkling in Mars 

I knew I fell in love with a dove 
So kind, with a mind 
And so romantic and frantic 
Now that it is over 
Between these two clovers 
When will the next time be? 
or will it even be or she?? 

Sally Ah To 
"DEATH AND LOVE" 
Though I am young, and cannot tell 
Either what death or love is well 
Yet I have heard they both bear darts 
And then again I've been told 
Love wounds with heat, as death with cold 
So that I fear they do but bring 
Extremes to touch, and mean one thing 

As in a ruin, we call it 
One thing to be blown up or fall 
Or to our end-like way may have 
By a flash of lightning or a wave 
So loves inflamed shaft or brand 
May kill as soon as death's cold hand 
Accepts love's fires the virtue have 
To fright the frost out of the grave. 

Sally Ah To 
A TOMB UPON HUSBAND AND WIFE 
WHICH DIED AND WERE BURIED TOGHETHER 
To these whom death again did wed 
This grave's their second marriage bed 
For though the hand of fate could force 
Twixt soul and body a devorce 
It could not sunder man and wife 
Because they both lived but one life 
Peace, good readers, do not weep 
Peace, the Lovers are asleep 
They, sweet turtles, folded lie 
In the last knot they could ever tie 
And though they lie as they were dead 
Their pillows stone, their sheets of lead 
Love made by the bed: They'll take 
No harm let them sleep, let them sleep on 
Till this stormy night be gone 
Till the eternal morrow dawn 
Till the curtains will be drawn 
And they awake into a light 
Whose day shall never die in night 

Sally Ah To 

MOTORCYCLE 

A motorcycle has wheels 

It's colour is black as and eel 

Its nice to ride on it and eat popcorn 

But it kills people when it doesnt have a horn 

It can go fast like a deer 

And you can ride on it with your sincerely dear 

It is expensive like a car 

And can travel very far 

(Klrlslmasl, Lolmata and Valoletl) 



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RICH MAN 

I want my father to be rich 

This is the only thing I wish 

I want to travel around the world 

And rest in the centre of the earth 

Rich Man lives and easy life 

Spends lots of money buying a new wife 

Money, the only thing on his mind 

That is why they are never kind 

They use money as a child's toy 

Which can never bring them joy ! 

(Etercl foleafoa Salo) 
REMEMBER 

Remember me when you are gone away 
Gone away into the silent way 
You leave me in the world of loneliness 
Never forget the days of happiness 

You didn't say goodbye or say a word 
When it was time for you to leave this world 
You do everything that you can 
You tell me everything that you plan 

That is why I give my promise to you 

And hope that our dreams will soon come true 

One man said, It's easy to say "Hi" 

But It's really, really hard to say good-bye 

(Eterel Toleafoa Salo) 
WHAT IS A BOOK? 
"Vhat really is a book? 
And give thanks as I pray 
Have you ever had a look? 
A book is a whole lot of writing 
Meant to be very inviting 

Sometimes it is worth reading 
Other times not woth believing 
But to understand it's meaning 
You have to be very giving 
In both the body and spirit 
As they say you have to read it 
To believe it 

(Crystal Slade) 
FREE 
Pain locked in its cage 

agony, buried deep, 
Slammed the door in the face of rage 
All within these shadows of sleep 

Driving this dream 
With me in control 
Everything is as it seems 
In peace with my soul 

Waiting once again, for time to pass by 
To shine unto the shadows 
As I let out a silent sigh 

1 am awake 

(Phaedra Moors) 
SCHOOL 

If school was meant to be cool 
Then how come I feel like a fool 
Its aspects are so simple 
Yet it makes me more than nimble 
The passing grade is a C 



..•.s-x-K-:-:-:-, 





Only, I always get a D 

Kissing up to the teacher 

Makes a kid look like a bleacher 

As you see my knowledge of a class would 

I am know! as a flunker 

And I am found in the bunker 

(Crystal Slade) 
DYING CHEMISTS PRAYER 
I did not think to die 

Before I had finished what I wanted to do 
But now I'm gone 
The job left undone 

Never to be touched by these mortal hands 
They lay i still in a far away lab 
Across times and sands. 

If I had been promised but one more year 

To accomplish what I had 

Then this mortal soul 

Would have been at rest with death. 

But Alas, I was not 
And now I'm gone 
Ta Ta, Farewell 
Goodbye, So long. 

(Llsha Ann Sablan) 
MASTERPIECE 
Curtains closed 
She has taken her bow 
The crowd has gone wild 
She played an extraordinary child 
The sign on her face 
Shows she's very amazed 
Her performance was great 
Flowers in hands, she stands straight 
A curtsey here 
And a kiss there 
People seem to be everywhere 
A show to remember 
A show to live upon 
A show which will go on and on 

(Samantha Marfleet) 
QUESTION 

Dawn breaks across the sky 
The sun she rises 
The moon he dies 
Where they sleep no one knows 
Where they go no one knows 
I would ask 

But they would not say 
So I must wait till another day (Llsha Ann Sablan) 

YESTERDAY 

Sitting here with nothing to do 

But close my eyes and think of you 

Your smile was bright and your eyes would shine 

And I'll forever be proud to call you mine 

But now all I see is a cloud of gray 

I wish you were here like you were yesterday 

(Desmond Maugatal) 
IGNORANCE 
Because he was black 
He was left in the back 
Because his belief was strong 
He was thought to be wrong 




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YEAR BOOK COMMITTEE 




Supporters give their best support for Year 1 1 National speech competition. Boy a Lauano 

Front (L - R) Lisha Ann Sablan, Samantha Marfleet, Sally Ah To, 

Dennis Grevel. 
Back (L - R): Phaedra Moors, Tui Hicks, Eliza Togiai, Damon 
Moors, Cleopatra Muavaa, Crystal Slade, Makesi Hunt. 




Cheri Robinson 



As chair person for the CCWS Yearbook 1995 I would like to relate my sincere appreciation to all administrators, teachers and students who have 
supported the production of our Yearbook this year. To the students' yearbook committee namely, Boyd Lauano, Cheri Robinson, Cleopatra Muavaa, 
Crystal Slade, Faaaliga Filimaua, Hildagard Von Dincklage, Lisha Ann Sablan, Makesi Hunt, Phaedra Moors, Sally Ah To, Samantha Marfleet, and Tui 
Hicks. 

Thank you so much for all the time and effort you've put into the production of our Yearbook 1995, from your yearbook chairman. 

Bro Dixie Crichton. 

UNDER 1 8 CHAMPIONSHIP 




Johannas Keil 
April 1995, we were priviledged to have two of our talented Athletes present our school and our country in the under 
18 Championship, held in Rarotonga. Johannas and Lanuola Keil with only one month's training took off for the Cook 
Islands along with other representitives from a few local Colleges (St. Joseph's, Avele, Samoa College) sponsored by Lotto 
Samoa and Reebok. Johannas part - took in the High Jump, 200m, 4x1 while Lanuola played in the 200m, 400m, 800m. 
Both made it into the Semi - finals. After 1 week, they returned home overall with one Silver Medal and one Bronze. 
Johannas and Lanuola have been selected to go to New Zealand for their Championship in March next year, alsc 
representing CCWS and our country. Malo lava Johannas & Lanuola. 
(Phaedra Moors) 



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